PH.D, PRINCIPAL COURT RESEARCH ASSOCIATE IN THE RESEARCH DIVISION · NATIONAL CENTER FOR STATE COURTS
Diane Robinson, Ph.D, is a Principal Court Research Associate in the Research Division. Since joining the NCSC in 2019, she has led the Center for Elders and the Courts with projects including the Conservatorship Accountability Project, the Guardianship Judicial Response Protocol, Rapid Response Financial Monitoring, Elder Justice Innovation Grants, and the Guardianship and Technology project. She also works in data governance, including data collection, data quality, use of data, and data sharing. She earned her Ph.D. at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, her M.S. in Education at Indiana University and her B.A. at Texas A&M University. She was previously the Director of Research and Justice Statistics for the Arkansas court system and was also the state director for the Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) program in Arkansas.