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The Eleventh Dean
Paul Mahoney

An Interview with Paul Mahoney

Mahoney Taps Ryan '92 to Lead Public Interest Law Program


Innocence Project

Law School Launches Innocence Project

THE MURDERER HAD worn a dark hooded sweatshirt. So during the trial when prosecutors showed an eyewitness a photo lineup of six men and asked if any was the perpetrator, they took care to conceal any trace of clothing in the photographs.

But the witness had already seen the photos during an interview with police, when the defendant was “the only person you can see clearly wearing the dark hooded sweatshirt in the line-up,” said Jen Goodlatte, a third-year student participating in the Innocence Project at the University of Virginia School of Law. More



Former Prosecutor Returns to Admissions Office

WHEN HE WAS a Law School student, Jason Wu Trujillo ’01 never pictured himself as the head of the school’s admissions and financial aid office.

“The only career I ever prepared for was to be a prosecutor,” he said. “I came to law school knowing I wanted to be a prosecutor. The entire time I was in law school, I never really thought about doing anything other than being a prosecutor.” More

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