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Julian Adler, Esq., LCSW

Julian Adler, Esq., LCSW

Center for Court Innovation
Director of Research-Practice Strategies
New York, NY, USA

Julian Adler is the director of Research-Practice Strategies at the Center for Court Innovation. He oversees the Center’s work on the MacArthur Foundation’s Safety and Justice Challenge, as well as a broad range of applied research and clinical projects. Mr. Adler previously served as the director of the Red Hook Community Justice Center in Brooklyn, New York, the nation’s first multi-jurisdictional community court. He led the planning and implementation of Brooklyn Justice Initiatives, which operates out of the centralized criminal court and seeks to forge a new set of responses to misdemeanor offending (including an alternative to incarceration program for adolescents and young adults; a pretrial supervised release program; and a human trafficking intervention program). He also led the planning process for the Kings County Court-based Intervention and Resource Team (Brooklyn CIRT), an alternative to detention and incarceration program for misdemeanor- and felony-level defendants with behavioral health needs. Mr. Adler assisted with planning and start-up operations for Newark Community Solutions, the first community court in New Jersey. He is an admitted attorney and a licensed clinical social worker in the State of New York. He is a graduate of Wesleyan University, Fordham Law School, and Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service.

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