Biography In addition to serving as associate dean for clinical affairs, Bridget M. McCormack is a clinical professor of law and the co-director of the Michigan Innocence Clinic, a non-DNA clinic representing wrongfully convicted Michigan prisoners. She has also taught in the Michigan Clinical Law Program, focusing on criminal defense cases, criminal law, a domestic violence clinic, and a pediatric advocacy clinic. Prior to joining the Law School faculty, she was a Cover Fellow at the Yale Law School and taught in Yale’s clinical programs. Before that she worked as a staff attorney with the Office of the Appellate Defender and was a senior trial attorney with the Criminal Defense Division of the Legal Aid Society, both in New York City. Professor McCormack has been published in the University of Pennsylvania Law Review, the Tennessee Law Review, and the Windsor Access to Justice Journal. Her current clinical practice, as well as her research and scholarship, focuses on issues surrounding wrongful conviction, criminal penalties and issues of clinical pedagogy. Professor McCormack earned her law degree from New York University School of Law, where she was a Root-Tilden scholar, and her B.A. with honors in political science and philosophy from Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut. Featured ArticlesLaw School develops collaborative pediatric advocacy clinicThe University Record
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