Thursday, March 08, 2007


Just got this from my UC Law listserv:

This Sunday, Dateline NBC will feature University of Cincinnati Law students’ efforts with the Ohio Innocence Project. We hope you’ll tune in.

The experiences of UC College of Law students and faculty in helping free a wrongfully convicted man will receive nationwide exposure on Sunday night, March 11, when Dateline NBC debuts a program devoted to the case of Clarence Elkins. Check your local listings for the correct air time.

Please call me if you have any questions or if you want to learn more about how you can support the Lois and Richard Rosenthal Institute for Justice/Ohio Innocence Project.

To read the announcement of the TV appearance, go to --


At Friday, March 09, 2007 1:17:00 PM, Blogger michael budelsky said...

I'm anxious to check this out. Moose, in reference to our recent email strand (that really should have taken place in the forum of this blog), this is exactly the kind of publicity that the law school needs to raise its national reputation. I say keep the library books and get more innocent people off death row.

I really hope that this prompts another liberals-get-a-killer-to-walk-due-to-a-technicality article by Peter Bronson. I seem to remember a piece he did several months ago where he was complaining about the law school's OIP group.

At Friday, March 09, 2007 2:33:00 PM, Blogger UCLaw98 said...

A few random thoughts:

1. I think that having an IP is a great thing (as is getting it on NBC).

2. But many schools have an IP group: you're really not differentiating yourself by having one.

3. Even so, why can't you do all those things?

4. FWIW, my book-free library idea certainly had flaws, but the spirit of it -- do something unique -- is still valid and worthwhile.


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