Susan Friedman is a staff attorney at the Innocence Project and litigates post-conviction DNA cases throughout the country. She also supervises students through the Innocence Project clinic at Cardozo Law School. Ms. Friedman joined the Innocence Project as a staff attorney in December 2015. Before that, Ms. Friedman was a staff attorney with the DNA Unit at the Legal Aid Society in New York where her practice focused on emerging DNA technology. From 2011-2013, Ms. Friedman was a staff attorney and Equal Justice Works Fellow with the Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project. Ms. Friedman graduated from Mount Holyoke College in 2005 and from The George Washington University Law School in 2011. She also holds an M.S. in Biomedical Sciences from Mount Sinai School of Medicine Graduate School of Biology.