Loyola Project for the Innocent

The Project for the Innocent was founded in 2011 by Professor Laurie L. Levenson and dedicated Loyola Law School students. The clinic is housed within Loyola Law School’s Alarcón Advocacy Center. Named after distinguished Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Arthur L. Alarcón, the Center was created to provide Loyola students with the opportunity to work with highly experienced law school faculty to represent inmates in their post-conviction appeals.

Read more about LPI's Exonerated Clients HERE. Clients include:

Michael Tirpak, 2019

Maria Mendez, 2018

Andrew Wilson, 2017

Marco Contreras, 2017

Jaime Ponce, 2017

Kash Register, 2013

Obie Anthony, 2011