University of Virginia School of Law: Criminal Law Program - Student Engagement
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Student Engagement

Several student organizations are focused on criminal law issues.

Virginia Journal of Criminal Law
This student-edited journal is one of only a handful at leading law schools focused on criminal law. The journal, which also sponsors legal symposia and conferences, publishes twice a year.

Domestic Violence Project (DVP)
This pro bono student organization educates the Law School community about domestic violence and monitors domestic violence–related criminal justice proceedings in local jurisdictions. The project assists the commonwealth’s attorney offices of Charlottesville and of Albemarle County in their prosecution of these cases by interviewing victims of domestic violence. The group also organizes police ride-alongs and more.

Virginia Innocence Project Pro Bono Clinic
Law student volunteers assist clinic attorneys in evaluating claims of innocence by prisoners in Virginia and assessing the appropriate avenues of legal relief available.

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