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Rebecca Epstein

Rebecca Epstein is the Executive Director of the Center on Gender Justice & Opportunity at Georgetown Law. Under Rebecca’s leadership since 2012, the Center has driven policy changes in courts and schools and influenced national discussions on critical issues, such as the criminalization of girls and the biases faced by Black girls. Among other publications,

Professor Peter Edelman

Peter Edelman is the Carmack Waterhouse Professor of Law and Public Policy at Georgetown University Law Center, where he teaches constitutional law and poverty law and is Faculty Director of the Center on Gender Justice & Opportunity. On the faculty since 1982, he has also served in all three branches of government. During President Clinton’s first

Shabnam Javdani

Shabnam Javdani is a Senior Scholar at the Center on Gender Justice & Opportunity at Georgetown Law. Professor Javdani is an Associate Professor of Applied Psychology at New York University, a founding Director of the RISE Research Team, and the Faculty Director of the NYU Prison Education Program. Javdani also works as a clinical and

Professor Thalia González

Professor Thalia González is a Senior Scholar in the Center on Gender Justice & Opportunity at Georgetown University Law Center where she leads the Center’s national research on restorative justice law, policy, and practice. She is a Professor of Law at UC Hastings College of Law and holds a Harry & Lillian Hastings Research Chair.

Dr. Camille Quinn

Dr. Quinn is a Senior Scholar at the Center on Gender Justice & Opportunity at Georgetown Law. She is an Associate Professor of Social Work at the University of Michigan. Dr. Camille R. Quinn is a health criminologist in the fields of Black girls and young women’s health and mental health equity and the development

Kaitlyn Powell

Kaitlyn Powell is a recent graduate of Georgetown University Law Center and the Institut d’études Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po) where she received her Juris Doctor and Master’s in Law respectively. While in law school, she was a Public Interest Fellow, Human Rights Associate, and member of the Women’s Legal Alliance, the Georgetown Law Socialist

Lana Aguon

Lana Aguon is a 2024 graduate of Georgetown University and received a bachelor’s degree in Government with minors in Environmental Studies and Education, Inquiry, & Justice. She will be attending Georgetown University Law Center in Fall 2024. Lana has been an intern with the Center since January 2023. In the past, she has contributed to