Michela Lowry is the Coordinator on Research-Practice Strategies at the Center for Court Innovation, which synergizes the agency’s three primary areas of work: research, operating programs, and expert assistance. Research-Practice Strategies seeks to improve justice system responses to both defendants and victims, to promote racial justice, and to expand the use of restorative practices. Previously, Michela worked on the Center’s Training and Technical Assistance team, providing consulting services to jurisdictions around the country on problem-solving and procedural justice. She graduated from Occidental College and received her Master's in Education from the Relay Graduate School of Education.
- BJA’s Sixth Amendment Initiative: Strengthening the Constitutional Protections of the Accused
- Court-Ordered Community Service: A National Perspective
- Prosecutor-Led Diversion: A National Survey
- Consistency During the Court Process: The San Francisco Public Defender’s Checklist Project Pilot Study
- Risk Assessment and Pretrial Diversion: Frequently Asked Questions