'Above and beyond' for habeas experts

, The National Law Journal


Michael Hash was 19 when a Culpeper County, Va., jury found him guilty of murder in 2001. The Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project was following the case as Hash's family unsuccessfully pursued appeals, and when the project saw a need for counsel with federal habeas experience, it turned to Hunton & Williams.

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  • Chris

    Hunton & Williams deserves congratulations for 100% of full-time US lawyers participating in pro bono in 2010, 2011 and 2012. And the firm earns kudos as one of only two firms on the Pro Bono Hot List that participates in medical-legal partnerships which create a health-legal services safety net for low-income and vulnerable populations. Check out the MLP list on and examples of partnerships described by Claire Pomeroy, Dean of University of California Davis Medical School at

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