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Murder Victims' Families for Human Rights
2161 Massachusetts Ave.
Cambridge, MA  02140

(617)-491-9600

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Jeanne Bishop

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Jeanne Bishop 

Treasurer of the Board of Directors, is the sister of Nancy Bishop Langert, who was shot to death along with her husband and their unborn child in 1990. Bishop has testified before Illinois the Governorís Commission on Capital Punishment, the Illinois Prisoner Review Board, and several state legislative committees.

She appears in the death penalty documentaries The Innocent and Too Flawed To Fix. Along with her sister Jennifer, she received the Brigid Award from Concern Worldwide, honoring women who exemplify justice, generosity, and compassion in their work and daily lives.

Bishop serves as assistant public defender in the Office of the Cook County Public Defender and is an adjunct professor at Northwestern University School of Law in the trial advocacy program.  She is the author of several law review articles and op-ed pieces, serves on the Advisory Board of the Northwestern Center on Wrongful Convictions, and volunteers for the gun violence prevention organizations Million Mom March and the Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence.

 

Home Up Bill Babbitt Renny Cushing Rev. Walt Everett Toshi Kazama Jeanne Bishop Robert Meeropol Bill Pelke Vicki Schieber Bud Welch