Emily Gold LaGratta is the deputy director of Training and Technical Assistance at the Center for Court Innovation. In this role, she provides consulting services to jurisdictions domestically and internationally to help promote the wider use of problem-solving practices, reduce crime and incarceration, and strengthen public trust in justice. Emily leads the Center’s technical assistance efforts on the topic of procedural justice and has served as the project manager for the Improving Courtroom Communication project. Before joining the technical assistance team, she was on the planning team for several New York-based initiatives, including the Brownsville Community Justice Center, a new community court to be opened in central Brooklyn. She is a graduate of Pomona College and the University of Wisconsin Law School.