Julian
Julian
Scott, III

Research Fellow

Julian

Research Interests

Racial Bias in the Criminal Justice System
Juvenile Justice
Criminal Justice Reform

Dr. Julian L. Scott, III, is a Research Fellow at the Center for Justice Research and an Assistant Professor within the Administration of Justice Department in the Barbara Jordan - Mickey Leland School of Public Affairs . He previously served as an Assistant Professor within the Lee P. Brown Institute at Wiley College.  His research interests are at the intersection of race, crime, and juvenile justice, with an emphasis in equity-based research. Julian has been published in the Journal of Social Science Studies, the Journal of Sociological Research, and Journal of Criminal Justice and Law Review. Dr. Scott serves as the lead on our judicial bias project.


Dr. Scott received his B.A. in Criminal Justice from Fort Valley State University; his M.S. in Criminal Justice from Valdosta State University; and Ph.D. in Juvenile Justice and & Psychology from Prairie View A&M University.