The Legal Aid Society's Criminal Practice Sponsors First DNA College

The Legal Aid Society's Criminal Practice is sponsoring a DNA College April 27 and 28 with a faculty of nationally-known experts. This program will be held at Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP. More than 140 attorneys are expected to attend. The two-day event was organized by Dennis Murphy, Director of Training for the Criminal Practice. Elizabeth Emmons, a staff attorney in the Criminal Practice, is serving as the Coordinator for the DNA College.

In addition to the nationally-known experts, there will be demonstrations and time for Q and A. Staff and outside experts have developed a DNA hypothetical to use throughout the program. The purpose of the DNA College is to focus on the science and strategy of DNA matters.