Trojan Tales: USC’s Post-Conviction Justice Project provides the right to a second chance
Few Trojans know of the Post-Conviction Justice Project (PCJP), a clinic of the law school that comprises JD students who work as student attorneys. They work for the parole rights of inmates, many of whom are serving life sentences. A blend of law application and human sentiment marks the clinic. It runs on the belief that people are able to change for the better.