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He is a New York State licensed clinical social worker and attorney.
Liberty Aldrich oversees the planning and implementation of the Center's Domestic Violence initiatives.
Layla Abdullah is a Resource Coordinator for the Supervised Release program at Brooklyn Justice Initiatives. Abdullah previously interned at Project More, an organization that works to reintegrate formerly incarcerated people into the community and help provide services to their families.
He was also involved in planning the court and clinical operations for Newark Community Solutions.As coordinator for the Center’s domestic violence programs, Nida Abbasi provides expert assistance to courts and communities seeking to enhance their approach to domestic and sexual violence. Abbasi worked as a civil legal aid attorney in Illinois and represented domestic violence survivors on orders of protection and family law matters. A from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a J. She also has interned at the Neighborhood Defender Service of Harlem as an investigator. Abdullah was a part of Students Against Mass Incarceration through her college, where she facilitated workshops at the Columbia Girls Secure Center. Abdullah graduated from the State University of New York at New Paltz with a BA in Sociology with a concentration in Human Services and a minor in Black Studies.She has also worked on policy reform and gender-based violence issues in Detroit, Chicago, and Cape Town. Julian Adler is the director of Research-Practice Strategies at the Center for Court Innovation, spanning the agency’s three primary areas of work: social science research, local operating programs, and national technical assistance.Wait, how can that be, Wonder Woman was amazing and Dunkirk blew me away. By lunch we were back near unchanged because a few buy programs kicked in.August 2nd…looks like I picked the wrong day to write a recap.