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The following are articles, interviews, and publications regarding work in which the clinic, its projects, clinic students, and/or Professor and Clinic Director Aliza Kaplan, are featured. If you are a media outlet looking to connect with Professor Kaplan, you may contact her at akaplan@lclark.edu.

 

OPB, Think Out Loud: Portland Considers Expunging Renters’ Felony Records

The Oregonian: DA drops case against patient who bit nurse

The Advocate (Louisiana): Oregon eyes own changes to split-verdict law: ‘Do we really want to be like Louisiana?’

 US News: How to Gauge the Strength of Law School Clinics

The Oregonian: Gov. Kate Brown pardons former Portland gang member turned mentor

Oregon Public Radio: Advocates Skeptical Of Campaign To Upend Oregon’s Jury Law

 

Willamette Week:To Scrap Non-Unanimous Jury Verdicts, District Attorneys May Want Something In Return

OPB: Oregon DAs To Back Campaign Against Non-Unanimous Juries

Willamette Week: Oregon District Attorneys Accidentally Reveal a Surprisingly Progressive Stance on Unanimous Jury Decisions

The Oregonian: Campaign to repeal Oregon’s unusual non-unanimous jury system begins

 

U.S. News: Oregon Murder Case Shows Obstacles to DNA Testing

The Oregonian: Case to test Oregon’s unusual jury system still before U.S. Supreme Court

The Oregonian: Justice requires a tougher standard than ‘guilty enough’

Bend Bulletin: U.S. Supreme Court may review non-unanimous jury verdicts

Oregonian: ‘Dirty secret’ of Oregon jury system could go before U.S. Supreme Court

In Justice Today: http://mailchi.mp/fairpunishment/in-justice-today-top-stories-in-non-unanimous-juries-and-policing-mental-illness-294767?e=bbb0310c99

Portland Tribune: Oregon’s non-unanimous jury law under scrutiny

This story has been picked up by several other regional outlets including The East Oregonian, The Blue Mountain Eagle, The Daily Astorian and the Wallowa County Chieftain.

Oregonian: 7 things we learned from the ‘Making a Murderer’ lawyers’ Portland appearance

OPB: Even When Juries Can’t Agree, Convictions Are Still Possible In Oregon

OPB: Study: In Oregon, Death Sentence Quadruples Cost Of Case

Oregonian: How much does the Oregon death penalty cost? New study examines 100s of cases

OPB: Gary Haugen Has A New Execution Date, But Oregon’s Death Penalty Moratorium Remains

OPB: Death Penalty in Oregon

Oregonian: Beyond ‘Making a Murderer’: 10 real-life injustices in Oregon history

Oregonian: 7 things we learned from the ‘Making a Murderer’ lawyers’ Portland appearance

KTVZ News: Special report: OSP crime lab scandal already spurs changes

Chemistry World: Forensic crime lab malpractice surfaces in Oregon

KTVZ News: OSP forensic analyst scandal widens

Bend Bulletin: District attorneys reviewing cases: Crook County DA notifying defense attorneys of OSP forensic probe

Portland Tribune: My View: Changes would improve witness IDs

Criminal Justice Reform Clinic (CJRC)

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    Criminal Justice Reform Clinic (CJRC) is located in Wood Hall on the Law Campus.

    Professor Aliza Kaplan
    Director
    akaplan@lclark.edu
    503-768-6721

    • Criminal Justice Reform Clinic (CJRC) Lewis & Clark Law School 10015 S.W. Terwilliger BoulevardMSC 51 Portland OR 97219