Reforming and Challenging Flawed Forensics in an Unfriendly Political ClimateFri, April 12
Keith Findley is an associate professor at the University of Wisconsin Law School. He teaches evidence, wrongful convictions, and criminal procedure. He researches and writes about wrongful convictions, including the role of forensic sciences, and the ways that cognitive biases can impede the criminal justice system’s reliability. In 1998, he co-founded the Wisconsin Innocence Project, which he co-directed until 2017, when he became senior advisor. He was a founding member of the Innocence Network and member of its Executive Board since its inception in 2005. He served as president of the Innocence Network from 2009-2014. In 2018 he co-founded the Center for Integrity in Forensic Sciences.