Amicus-US Death Penalty Training Session

by | Oct 25, 2016

The sessions will include:

  • powerful talks by exonerees who have each spent several years on death row;
  • lectures by academics and capital defence experts, including current US practitioners, about the history and current use of the death penalty, and the human rights implications of the same; and
  • interactive investigation and interview workshops

Attendance at training is mandatory for anyone intending to undertake a US capital defence internship with Amicus.

Those interested can click on this link to book their spaces.

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