Elisabeth Semel

UC Berkeley School of Law

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Professor of Law at the UC Berkeley School of Law and founding director of Berkeley Law's Death Penalty Clinic, a litigation group that represents death penalty clients nationwide

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This week, by a vote of five to four, the  US Supreme Court approved  part of a three-drug cocktail used for executions in Oklahoma.

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