Life and Death: When Pro Bono Work Becomes High Stakes

Intellectual property litigator Clay James quickly found that disputing patents over microchips and serving as counsel to a death row inmate are worlds apart. But despite the seeming chasm between practices, he jumped onto the defense team of Julius Murphy, an intellectually disabled Texas man convicted of capital murder who was sentenced to be executed in 2015.

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