Alice Craig joined KU Law in April 2004 as an attorney in the Paul E. Wilson Project for Innocence and Post-Conviction Remedies. The Project represents state and federal prisoners in appellate and post-conviction litigation in state and federal courts. As an attorney in the Project, Craig supervises students in their casework and co-teaches the classroom component of the clinic.
Prior to joining the faculty, Craig worked for the Appellate Defender Office for several years before moving to litigation. She served as a trial attorney for the 10th Judicial District Public Defender, Jenab & Kuchar LLC, and the Kansas Death Penalty Defense Unit. She received a bachelor’s in business administration from the University of Kansas in a 1990 and her law degree from KU in 1995.
- Trial Advocacy
- Mock Trial
- Project for Innocence & Post-Conviction Remedies
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- Craig, Alice. 2018. Taming the Beast of Actual Innocence Cases. The Innocence Network Conference.
- Craig, Alice. 2016. Litigating Wrongful Conviction Cases. Douglas County Bar Association.
- Craig, Alice. 2015. Dealing with Gender Bias in Trial Advocacy. EATS Conference. Stetson University.