Lindsey Bock joined the World Justice Project in May of 2019. As the Criminal Justice Program Associate, she provides crucial support for the WJP's criminal justice work, namely the Afghanistan Justice Sector Survey. Ms. Bock assists the team with thematic research projects that explore criminal justice and rule of law topics. She discovered her passion for criminal justice, international law and the MENA region through her work experience, studies abroad, and academic research.
Before joining the World Justice Project, Ms. Bock worked as a Research Assistant for the Director of UC Berkeley’s International Law Library within Berkeley Law School, where she honed her research skills and gained experience with international law by working on Berkeley Law’s Foreign Law Guide. Ms. Bock also gained experience in Data Analytics, management and campaign strategy as the Data Officer for 50+1 Strategies LLC. Most recently, she taught Government 101 as the IGNITE National Facilitator at KIPP King High School in San Lorenzo, California and worked as Research Assistant to the Director of the Berkeley Center for Information and Globalization Technology within the Institute of Governmental Studies. As a Research Assistant, she researched various topics in order to assist in the creation, editing and publication of the Director’s papers and most notably, upcoming book: Global City-Twinning in the Digital Age.
Ms. Bock earned a B.A. from the University of California, Berkeley in Political Science, with concentrations in International Relations, French and Arabic. She also studied Intensive Arabic at AMIDEAST in Rabat, Morocco, as well as French, Political Science and Arabic at Sciences Po, Paris.