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  • Oregon Justice Building, home of the state's Supreme Court and Court of Appeals in Salem
    October 18
    The Criminal Justice Reform Clinic,  (CJRC) celebrated a win in early October when the Oregon Supreme Court ruled in favor of Dante Farmer, an incarcerated individual, and cited an amicus brief from CJRC in support of his case.
  • Professor Aliza Kaplan
    October 1

    Professor Aliza Kaplan’s research examines the validity and reliability of forensic science in the criminal justice system and suggests that such evidence needs to be augmented using a collaborative approach.

  • May 11
    Students working at the Lewis & Clark Criminal Justice Reform Clinic (CJRC) assisted  Disability Rights Oregon (DRO) last semester to produce a ‘Know Your Rights’ self-advocacy brochure for people with disabilities who are incarcerated in Oregon prisons.
  • September 21
    The Criminal Justice Reform Clinic filed a friend of the court brief for a case testing non-unanimous juries that was appealed to the US Supreme Court. Three first-year law students worked with law professor Aliza Kaplan to file the brief.

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