Jason Kreag is a staff
attorney at the Innocence Project, where he represents individuals
seeking to establish their innocence in post-conviction proceedings. Mr.
Kreag also regularly consults with attorneys handling
post-conviction innocence and DNA issues in capital and non-capital
cases. In conjunction with his work at the Innocence Project, Mr.
Kreag supervises students in the Innocence Project clinic and is an adjunct
professor at Cardozo School of Law.
Prior to joining the Innocence Project in October 2007, Mr. Kreag worked as a
staff attorney at the Southern Center for Human Rights, where he represented
inmates on death row in Alabama and Georgia in state and federal
Mr. Kreag graduated from Harvard Law School in 2003. He earned an M.A. in
Philanthropic Studies from Indiana University – Indianapolis in 1999, and he
graduated from DePauw University with a B.A. in economics in 1997.