Atlanta, GA

The Georgia Innocence Project is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping individuals who have been convicted of crimes they did not commit. The Project works to secure post-conviction DNA testing for Georgia and Alabama inmates where DNA analysis could prove guilt or innocence and adequate DNA testing was not available at trial. Students will work on all phases of obtaining post-conviction relief. No opportunity for student practice.

Accepts Full Time Applications
Accepts Part Time Applications
Other Criteria

Site supervisor selects.

Placement Type
Private Non-profit
Additional Application Materials

After submitting the school application, students must also complete the Georgia Innocence Project’s application form: At the end of the form, write in the comments section that you have also completed the law school’s externship application.