It's hosted by the Innocence Project London and our student-led Miscarriages of Justice society, and there's some great speakers lined up, including former Director of Public Prosecutions, Alison Saunders CB.

The event will take place on Wednesday 20 March in Stockwell Street Lecture Theatre 11_0004 starting at 1.30pm, further details and a booking link for your free place are shown below, and on the events section of our website.

Speaking at the event are:

  • Former Director of Public Prosecutions Alison Saunders CB and Assistant Commissioner Nick Ephgrave, national policing lead for criminal justice who will both speak about about the impact of their work on the criminal justice system
    Please note: this panel session is only open to university students and staff and by invitation only. Members of the public are able to attend from 3pm.
  • The student volunteers working on the Innocence Project London who will talk about the impact of their work, 
  • Dean Gillispie who was exonerated by the Ohio Innocence Project after spending 27 years in prison for a crime he did not commit. He will speak about his experience and also the impact that the Innocence work has had on him. 

The event will close at 4.30 and be followed by networking drinks and lite bites.