NATIONAL CRIMINAL DEFENSE COLLEGE FACULTY

Mark Loudon-Brown

Senior Attorney, Capital Litigation Unit; Southern Center for Human Rights
Work 60 Walton St. NW Atlanta GA 30303 TPI Attendance: July, 2012
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Biography

Mark Loudon-Brown is a senior attorney in the Capital Litigation Unit of the Southern Center for Human Rights, where he represents people facing a death sentence at trial, on appeal, and in post-conviction. Prior to that, Mark was a public defender in the Criminal Defense Practice at The Bronx Defenders. While there, Mark served as a Supervising Attorney for two years and the Forensic Practice Supervisor, overseeing the office’s Forensic Practice Group and consulting on cases involving DNA evidence. After earning his J.D., he completed two years as a Prettyman Fellow at Georgetown Law, representing indigent clients charged with crimes and supervised third-year law students doing the same. He teaches a forensic science seminar at Georgia State College of Law.

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