Laura Caldwell (JD '92), Loyola University Chicago School of Law Professor, was featured in a profile story for Crain’s Chicago Business last month. Caldwell shared her experiences as the founder of “Life After Innocence”, a non-profit and law class at Loyola that helps exonerees adjust to life after wrongful convictions. In addition to her legal work, Caldwell is a commercial fiction writer, who just released her latest novel “The Dog Park”. Her next project will tie her work as an attorney to her work as an author: a book illustrating the different experiences of exonerees titled “Anatomy of Innocence”. Portions of the book proceeds will be donated to “Life After Innocence”. To read the article in Crain’s, click here.