Young Lawyer

Teamwork, Patience and Commitment for a Deserving Man

, The Legal Intelligencer


I can vividly remember receiving an email in the summer of 2011 asking for associates interested in working on a pro bono case with the Pennsylvania Innocence Project. As a high school ­student, I had become interested in ­wrongful ­convictions and so my interest was piqued. I joined the team, and a few days later, we first learned about the man behind the case, Tyrone Jones.

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