BA, Truman State University; JD, Georgetown University, LLM, George Washington University
Wyatt Feeler is an appellate attorney with the Maryland Office of the Public Defender in Baltimore, where he represents clients convicted of crimes ranging from shoplifting to first-degree murder. Previously, he was a Friedman Fellow and Visiting Associate Professor with the Criminal Appeals Clinic at the George Washington University Law School. Mr. Feeler was also a 2009 Soros Justice Fellow at the A.C.L.U. Capital Punishment Project, where he helped litigate successful appeals of capital cases in Alabama, Georgia, and Texas. He clerked for the Honorable Ellen Burns of the Federal District of Connecticut.
Publication: Can Fiction Impede Conviction?: Addressing Claims of a “CSI Effect” in the Criminal Courtroom, 83 Miss. L.J. 1 (2014) – Lead Article