Keith Findley Collection

Emeritus faculty member of the UW Law School, Keith Findley's long career includes instruction, practice and the creation of the Wisconsin Innocence Project. In 1998, along with Professor John Pray, he co-founded the Wisconsin Innocence Project, and served as co-director of the project until the spring of 2017, when he assumed the role of Senior Advisor. For five years, from 2009 to 2014, he served as president of the Innocence Network, an affiliation of nearly 70 innocence organizations throughout the world.

Keith Findley's primary areas of scholarship and expertise are in wrongful convictions, criminal law and procedure, law and forensic science, and appellate advocacy. This collection is a selection of briefs from his long career working to help those who were wrongly convicted.

The Innocence Project works to free the innocent, prevent wrongful convictions, and create fair, compassionate, and equitable systems of justice for everyone. Their mission is guided by science and grounded in anti-racism and aims to create a movement to reform the criminal justice system to prevent future injustices.