Director, Justice Programs Office
Department of Justice, Law & Criminology
Additional Positions at AUResearch Professor and Director of the U.S. Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs Drug Court Clearinghouse and Technical Assistance Project
- Caroline Cooper has been involved with the provision of technical assistance, evaluation, and training services to courts and other adjudication system agencies engaged in judicial improvement efforts. She has also been a practicing attorney, an assistant public defender, and is a member of the Bar Associations of Montgomery County, Maryland and the District of Columbia. Caroline has written numerous publications addressing a variety of judicial system issues relating to the management of criminal, civil, juvenile and family matters. Her most recent publications have addressed topics relating to drug courts, civil and criminal differentiated case management, and strategies courts are using to manage their caseloads, and include: the multi volume reports of the 1997 and 2000 National Drug Court Surveys; Drug Case Management and Treatment Intervention Strategies in the State and Local Courts; BJA Differentiated Case Management Program Brief; and Guidebook for Implementing a Differentiated Case Management System.
DegreesJ.D. American University
M.A. History - Howard University
B.A. American Studies - Smith College
- SPA - JPO/JLC
- Brandywine - 100
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