JJN News

University of Washington Tacoma: Justice Project Wins National Award

University of Washington Tacoma writes about student journalists from the UWT Justice Project who were recognized with a national award by the Society of Professional Journalists.

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The Justice Gap: Network of Journalists Launched to Investigate Miscarriages of Justice

justice gapThe Justice Gap, a U.K. online magazine covering issues related to the law and justice, published a story about the Journalism Justice Network that highlights the work journalists who investigate potentially wrongful convictions can do.

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IAFOR: Wrongful Convictions and the Journalism Justice Network, MediAsia2014

IaforThe International Academic Forum highlights the Journalism Justice Network and the keynote speech from MJP Director Alec Klein at the Fifth Annual Asian Conference on Media and Mass Communication 2014 in Osaka, Japan.

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The News Tribune: UW Tacoma Journalists Resurrect 2006 Hilltop Shooting Death Case

The News Tribune, a Tacoma, Washington newspaper, highlights the UWT Justice Project’s three-part series “Simple Justice,” which reinvestigates a 2006 Tacoma murder case.

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Southwestern University: Making a Difference One Case at a Time

Southwestern University writes about the creation of the Southwestern Justice Project at the school and the project’s plans to investigate potentially wrongful convictions in Austin, Texas.

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