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Campus News
6/21/2017 12:41:25 PM
Guy Miles Freed by the California Innocence Project after 18 Years Behind Bars
Guy Miles with his mother Mabel

Guy Miles was released from prison with the help of the California Innocence Project after wrongfully serving more than 18 years behind bars.

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Campus News
5/8/2017 10:09:04 AM
CIP on the Big Screen
Brian Banks speaks with reporters
A film chronicling the story of California Innocence Project exoneree Brian Banks is in the works. Learn More
Faculty News
5/4/2017 3:15:15 PM
Throttled: CWSL’s Art Neill Addresses Attempt to Curb Net Neutrality
Art Neill - New Media Rights
Art Neill, director of the law school’s New Media Rights clinic, discussed on KPBS what he deems to be a “dangerous, misguided effort to undo the Obama administration’s 2015 open internet rules.” Learn More
Faculty News
4/26/2017 12:13:05 PM
Professor Glenn Smith Comments on Recent Wave of Illegitimate Criticism of Federal Judges in LA Times Op-Ed
Professor Glenn C. Smith
California Western Professor Glenn Smith authors an op-ed for the Los Angeles Times, examining claims of racial and political bias hurled at federal judges by the Trump administration. Learn More
Campus News
3/23/2017 2:46:54 PM
Innocence Network Conference Returns to San Diego
California Innocence Project in 2003
On March 24-25, the California Innocence Project at California Western welcomes the Innocence Network Conference back to San Diego for the first time since 2002, with 150 exonerees in attendance, 17 of whom were freed by CIP. Learn More