Center Staff Writer Kristen Lombardi has been named a 2011 Nieman fellow. She is one of 24 journalists from the U.S. and abroad who will take a sabbatical year of study at Harvard University.
The fellowship is funded by the Neiman Foundation for Journalism. Kristen will study the legal and social conditions that promote wrongful convictions, particularly the impact of institutional misconduct and the consequences of systemic resistance to reform.
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