Adnan Sultan is a staff attorney with the Innocence Project, litigating post-conviction cases across the country on behalf of individuals seeking access to DNA testing and redress for wrongful convictions. He also instructs law students as part of the Innocence Project clinic in Cardozo. Before joining the Innocence Project, Adnan worked as a staff attorney at The Bronx Defenders for five years, where he represented thousands of clients accused of misdemeanor and serious crimes, from court appearances to trial. In addition, he was a member of the Bronx Defenders Forensic Practice Group, where he consulted with attorneys and trained on DNA testing.
Prior to working at Bronx Defenders, Adnan was a Prettyman Fellow at Georgetown Law School, where both represented clients accused of misdemeanor and serious crimes in D. C. The Superior Court and third-year law students supervised at the Georgetown Criminal Justice Clinic. He graduated from the American University Washington Law School.
For more information about this program, contact Kenneth L. Lawson at (80) 956-0595 or via email. CEO & PRINCIPAL ATTORNEY DEPUTY DIRECTOR & SENIOR LEGAL ADVISOR Jason Gichner is Deputy Director and Senior Legal Counsel for The Tennessee Innocence Project. Jason is a veteran litigator who has dedicated his career to fighting for clients in the courtroom.
Jason earned his degree with honors from Colgate University before graduating from Vanderbilt University Law School. Upon graduating from Vanderbilt, Jason joined the Nashville Metropolitan Public Defender's Office. As a senior trial attorney and team leader, he represented thousands of clients and tried numerous jury cases until the verdict. Jason then worked in private practice for a decade at law firms in Nashville, where he handled complex civil litigation.
He is a member of the Nashville Bar Association, a graduate of the Tennessee Bar Association's Leadership Law Program, and a member of the Harry Phillips American Inn of Court. He served as an attorney for the State Task Force on Indigent Representation and was a member of the Criminal Justice Act Panel for the Middle District of Tennessee. Jason consistently appears on the annual list of Super Lawyers for the Mid-South and serves as an adjunct professor of law at the Vanderbilt University School of Law. Kyana is pleased to bring her experience and dedication to social justice and criminal justice reform to the Innocence Project.
Prior to working at The Legal Aid Society, Susan was an Equal Justice Works Fellow and an attorney with the Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project in D. Barry Scheck and Peter Neufeld are co-founders and special advisors of the Innocence Project by Benjamin N. Before joining the Innocence Project team, Isabel worked at a personal injury law firm for five years. The salary for this position is very competitive and the Innocence Project offers an excellent benefits package, which includes fully paid individual medical, dental and eye insurance, a flexible spending account, a 401k plan with a 6% company contribution, paid disability and family care leave, reimbursement for adoption and fertility expenses, and transportation benefits paid by the company.
In addition, all Innocence Project employees must accept, respect, and value the rich diversity of perspectives and experiences of diverse and diverse staff. That's why he joined the Innocence Project in its mission to free wrongfully convicted people and reform the system. Robyn Trent Jefferson enjoyed a diverse career as a litigation and real estate paralegal for more than 34 years before joining the Innocence Project. The position works to promote the changing priorities of the Innocence Project by researching and identifying new potential funders and requesting new and renewed support.
Liz is thrilled to work for an organization as motivated and impactful as the Innocence Project, and she looks forward to supporting their goals of creating a fairer and more equitable justice system. Before joining the Innocence Project, Anton was a senior planner at the Vera Institute of Justice, where he launched and directed the New York City Bail Assessment Project to mitigate the damage of monetary bonds and push for progressive bail reform in New York. The Innocence Project works to free the innocent, prevent wrongful convictions, and create just, compassionate, and equitable justice systems for all. Bhavan comes to IP with extensive experience in the field of innocence, having served as legal director of Innocence Canada where she is now a member of its Case Review Committee and its Executive Board.
Nathaniel sought a position in the Innocence Project through his work to address the unjust incarceration of human trafficking survivors and improve criminal laws and policies against human trafficking.