Liberty Aldrich is the Center’s managing director and general counsel. She works with the Director on setting the organization’s strategic direction, program planning and administration, development, strategic partnerships and communications. In addition, she oversees the domestic violence, trafficking and family court programs and the Center’s work on access to justice. This includes providing national training and technical assistance on gender-based violence response. As General Counsel, Ms. Aldrich provides legal support to the Center's director, senior management team, and program directors on contract, personnel, real estate, and compliance issues. Prior to joining the Center, Ms. Aldrich was the director of legal services at Safe Horizon, where she represented domestic violence victims in family and supreme courts and federal immigration proceedings. She has published numerous articles on domestic violence law and policy. Ms. Aldrich graduated from Harvard University and New York University School of Law.
- Enhancing Collaboration Between Domestic Violence Courts and Supervised Visitation Services
- Responding to Human Trafficking: Lessons from an Experiment in the Bronx
- Child Support Protocol: A Guide for Integrated Domestic Violence Courts
- Blueprint for Change Executive Summary
- Domestic Violence in Rural Communities: Applying Key Principles of Domestic Violence Courts in Smaller Jurisdictions
- Planning a Domestic Violence Court: The New York State Experience
- What Makes a Domestic Violence Court Work? Key Principles