Advocate and Research Associate
Caitlin Holbrook is a civil servant focused on human rights and civil rights. As Policy Advocate and Research Associate at DC Justice Lab, Caitlin dedicates her time to supporting research and litigation related to solitary confinement and other criminal justice reform projects in D.C. Her most recent work, Sousveillance: A New Form of Resistance, was published by the University of California Legal Studies Journal.
Caitlin earned her BA in Political Science from the University of California, Berkeley. She hopes to attend law school to continue fighting for systemic changes and for the advancement of just prisoner rights and treatment.