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Wendy Murphy
Wendy is a former prosecutor who specializes in the representation of crime victims. She was appointed Mary Joe Frug Visiting Assistant Professor of Law at New England Law, Boston in '01-'02 and served as a Visiting Scholar at Harvard Law School in '02-'03. She now teaches at New England Law, Boston where she also directs the Sexual Violence Legal News and Judicial Language projects. She founded the first ever volunteer legal advocacy program for crime victims and has been providing pro bono representation since 1992. She serves on several boards and has published many law review articles related to interpersonal violence and the criminal justice system. Wendy also writes amicus and policy briefs for federal and state courts across the country. She serves on the editorial board of the journal Violence Against Women, and consults and lectures widely on child abuse, sex crimes, violence against women, victims' rights and criminal justice policy. Wendy is a nationally recognized television legal analyst who has worked for CBS, Fox News, CNN and MSNBC. She appears regularly on network and cable news programs and writes a bi-weekly column for the Patriot Ledger/Gatehouse News Service. Her first book, And Justice For Some, was published in September 2007 by Penguin Group. A former NFL cheerleader, Wendy lives outside Boston with her husband and five children.

Blog Entries by Wendy Murphy

Martha Coakley -- and One Nagging, Unsolved Case

Posted January 18, 2010 | 12:19:32 (EST)

This post is co-written by author and magazine journalist Sheila Weller and attorney, author and television commentator Wendy Murphy.

Blog posts are a good way for investigative journalists to share with the public shocking and important stories that we couldn't tell in the traditional media...

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