The series will investigate how research can contribute to the reversal of mass incarceration and help develop alternative models of community safe

The event convened stakeholders to discuss the role of Felony ATI Court in Manhattan.

Multidimensional indicators of poverty closely related to neighborhood shootings

The ACLU, Columbia University, and Yale University co-host the first of three litigation convenings.

This May, the Justice Lab launched its inaugural Summer Fellows Program.

A Collaborative that models the importance of sustained dialogue to understand reckoning is crucial for any progress towards justice.

Examining racial disparities in the criminal legal system and reimagining justice in Oklahoma

Executives Transforming Probation and Parole (EXiT) is building a national movement to transform probation and parole.

Just how powerful and multidimensional is poverty, and how does it relate to neighborhood violence?

Three jurisdictions selected to implement a new developmental framework for emerging adults.

Parsimony and Other Radical Ideas About Justice: This event will be held on Thursday, February 16th from 6-8 PM at the Columbia Journalism School. 

New Report: To Reduce Racial Inequality in the Criminal Justice System, Government Should Explore Ways to Reduce Police Stops, Detention, and Long