Juliet R. Aiken
Deputy Director, Center for the Study of the Legal Profession, Adjunct Professor of Law
B.S., William and Mary; M.S., Ph.D., University of Maryland
Juliet Aiken is the Deputy Director for the Center of the Study of the Legal Profession, where she conducts empirical research on diversity and personal/professional...Continue Reading
Juliet Aiken is the Deputy Director for the Center of the Study of the Legal Profession, where she conducts empirical research on diversity and personal/professional development, particularly as they apply within the legal profession. Professor Aiken has published a number of scholarly articles and book chapters on these topics as well as on research methods and statistics. Beyond her own scholarly work, Professor Aiken advises Georgetown Law administration, faculty, staff, and students on conducting empirical research, and teaches Georgetown Law students professional skills, including managing up, obtaining mentors, and presenting themselves professionally online. Finally, she supports executive education programs, Center Conferences, and other Center-sponsored initiatives. In addition to her work at Georgetown Law, Professor Aiken has taught courses on statistics and measurement to PhD and undergraduate students. She also provides statistical consulting to individuals and businesses through her organization, Statistics in Practice. Professor Aiken holds a B.S. from the College of William and Mary, a Certificate in Statistics and Measurement, and a M.S. and PhD in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Maryland, College Park.