P-CAP trains Berkeley Law students as parole advocates

The Post-Conviction Advocacy Project (P-CAP) trains Berkeley Law students to assist inmates with the parole process. They are supervised by attorney Keith Wattley of the Oakland nonprofit UnCommon Law, which works with long-term prisoners to gain their release. Because indigent prisoners often receive inadequate representation from parole board-appointed attorneys, students can play a vital role.

Click here to read the profile of P-CAP published in Berkeley Law’s online news.