As director of problem-solving justice technical assistance, Aaron Arnold oversees the Center's national training and technical assistance for drug courts and assists New York’s Unified Court System in developing and training drug treatment courts across New York State. Mr. Arnold also directs the Center's Tribal Justice Exchange, which seeks to promote the sharing of information between state and tribal courts, assist tribal communities in enhancing their justice systems, and explore ways in which state courts can benefit from traditional tribal justice practices. Before joining the Center, Mr. Arnold was a prosecutor with the Maricopa County Attorney's Office in Phoenix, Arizona, where he gained first-hand experience working in several problem-solving courts. He has also worked as a litigation associate at Fennemore Craig, one of Arizona's oldest law firms. Mr. Arnold is a native of Syracuse and a graduate of Cornell University and the University of Arizona College of Law.
- Court Responses to the Opioid Epidemic: Happening Now
- The Future is Now: Enhancing Drug Court Operations Through Technology
- The Parent Support Program: A Problem-Solving Court Approach to Child Support Enforcement
- The 2009 Onondaga County Community Treatment Court Enhancement Project: Impacts on Capacity, Case Processing, and Service Provision
- State and Tribal Court: Strategies for Bridging the Divide