Lauren Litton works as a consultant on social justice issues focusing on violence against women and children, juvenile justice, and institutional racism. She works across the country with child protection, courts, public policy and community-based organizations, law enforcement, and domestic violence organizations to examine their policies, philosophies, and procedures that can affect delivery of services and collaborative responses. Prior to consulting, she was a program manager in the Family Violence Department of the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges overseeing the department’s activities related to the overlap of child maltreatment and domestic violence and supervised visitation and safe exchange. In that capacity, she provided and coordinated technical assistance to federal grantees seeking to implement best and emerging practices in those topic areas. She has planned groundbreaking conferences and serves as a trainer and facilitator. She has also developed and worked as the supervising attorney for a clinic which provided pro bono and pro se legal assistance to victims of domestic violence and as a county prosecutor overseeing delinquency and dependency matters and handling felony domestic violence and sexual assault cases. She has been admitted to practice law in Ohio and Arizona, serves as a board member and advisor for numerous agencies, and authored several pieces on issues impacting system responses to domestic vi Ms. Litton holds a bachelor’s in psychology from The Ohio State University and a juris doctorate from Case Western Reserve University.