Juliet Hatchett

  • Staff Attorney, Innocence Project at UVA Law

Juliet Hatchett manages the Virginia Innocence Project Pro Bono Clinic, the student pro bono volunteer effort for the Innocence Project at UVA Law. Hatchett previously worked for two law firms in New York City after graduating, Brune Law and Baker McKenzie, focusing on white-collar criminal defense issues. A former member of the Innocence Project Clinic when she was a student at the Law School, she also served as a fellow in the Program in Law and Public Service, a participant in the Human Rights Study Project, and notes editor for the Virginia Journal of International Law. In her current role, Hatchett is the first Jason Flom Justice Fellow.

The pro bono clinic seeks exoneration for wrongfully convicted people in Virginia. She advises students as they investigate cases, write briefs, and speak with and visit clients, witnesses and other key people in the case.

Education
  • J.D.
    University of Virginia School of Law
    2015
  • B.A.
    Columbia University
    2010

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