Katharine A. Neill

Alfred C. Glassell, III Postdoctoral Fellow in Drug Policy, Baker Institute

Katharine A. Neill, Ph.D., is the Alfred C. Glassell, III Postdoctoral Fellow in Drug Policy at the Baker Institute. Her current research focuses on state sentencing policies for drug offenders and the legalization of medical and recreational marijuana. Neill’s other research interests include criminal justice policy, the private prison industry and the use of public-private partnerships to deliver public services. She has published in several peer-reviewed journals in various policy areas, including crime, energy and environmental policy. Neill received a Bachelor of Science in criminal justice from George Mason University. She earned a master’s degree in public administration from Old Dominion University before going on to complete her Ph.D. in public administration and urban policy. She received the Old Dominion University Outstanding Ph.D. Student Award in 2014 and the Simon Scholarship for Academic Performance in 2011 and 2012.

Research And Publications

  • 10/13/2014 – Race and Imprisonment: Uneven Justice
  • 10/30/2014 – D.A. Candidates Plan to Reform Marijuana Policy
  • 11/07/2014 – The Cannabis Industry
  • 12/19/2014 – Viewpoints: The future of treatment in drug policy
  • 02/04/2015 – Marijuana Reform: Fears and Facts
  • 04/14/2015 – Drug Policy fellows testify before Texas House committee

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June 7, 2015