Richard Bourke is a staff attorney with the Louisiana Capital Assistance Center and represents clients at trial level and in state and federal post-conviction.
Mr. Bourke worked for many years in Australia as a criminal barrister before coming to the US to work on death penalty cases.
As an Australian lawyer he volunteered in the US for a time and was one of the founders of ReprieveAustralia and Reprieve (US).
He is a co-director of Reprieve.
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