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PA Innocence Project at Temple Law Wins New Trial for Wrongfully Convicted Pittsburgh Man

The Pa Innocence Project at Temple Law has won a new trial for Greg Brown, convicted of arson and second degree murder eighteen years ago for a fire that killed three Pittsburgh firefighters. In a sharp rebuke to the federal government’s actions in investigating the worst tragedy in Pittsburgh Fire Department history, Judge Joseph Williams today ordered that Brown’s conviction be vacated and a new trial held.
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Professor Don Harris on “This Week in Law”

Professor Don Harris was an invited guest on “This Week in Law,” an online talk show that explores the intersection of law and technology with a focus on current news and events.
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Trial Team Sweeps Regional Championship

This past weekend, Temple's National Trial Team defended its Region III championship of the National Trial Competition at the Criminal Justice Center in Philadelphia. It was Temple’s 26th regional championship in 28 years of competition. The members of the championship teams are Emilia McKee Vassallo and Caroline Power; and Michelle Ashcroft and Britt Walden.
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Temple Law Student Named a Golden Rule International Rising Star

Temple Law & Public Policy Scholar Christina Gilfillan ’14 has been named a Rising Star by Golden Rule International (GRI), an affiliate of the United Nations and other international organizations that seeks to recognize individuals and organizations whose work exemplifies the “Golden Rule” of compassion and treating others as you wish to be treated yourself.
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