Panel discussion featuring UF professors of Troy Davis’ two-decade legal odyssey Thursday

Published: October 24th, 2011

Category: Events, News Briefs, Students

UF students are invited to a discussion Thursday from 4:30 to 6:30 in the Chesterfield Smith Ceremonial Classroom, HOL 180, on “Troy Davis and The Law: A discussion of Troy Davis’ two-decade legal odyssey, Federal Habeas Corpus Relief, Evidentiary Issues, and The State of Capital Punishment.”

Panel guests include Professor Kenneth Nunn, Professor George Dekle, Legal Skills Professor Seth E. Miller, Esq. – Innocence Project of Florida, and Executive Director Professor Seigel.

It will be moderated by Rachel Inman, associate dean for student affairs.

It is presented by the Criminal Justice Center, Criminal Law Association, John Marshall Bar Association, Association for Public Interest Law, American Constitution for Law and Policy, Caribbean Law Students Association and the Center for Career Development.

Light refreshments to follow.