B.A., Truman State University; J.D., Georgetown University
Wyatt Feeler joined the Law School in 2011 as a Visiting Professor of Clinical Law and a Friedman Fellow with the Federal, Criminal, and Appellate Clinic.
Before joining GW Law, Professor Feeler was a Soros Justice Fellow at the Capital Punishment Project of the American Civil Liberties Union. In that role, he represented clients on appeal from death sentences in Alabama, Georgia, and Texas, and worked on a successful amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court in Holland v. Florida. Professor Feeler also developed training materials on death penalty voir dire for use by capital defense lawyers in five states. Prior to his time at the ACLU, Professor Feeler clerked for Judge Ellen Burns of the Federal District of Connecticut.
During law school, Professor Feeler represented clients as a student attorney in Georgetown's Criminal Justice Clinic. He also worked at the Georgia Capital Defender, the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia, and the Capital Area Immigrants' Rights Coalition.