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Kenny Lo is a research associate for Criminal Justice Reform at American Progress. In his current role, Lo works to develop policy solutions to ground criminal justice legislation in empirical evidence and advance a fairer, more equitable, and more effective justice system. Prior to joining American Progress, he worked in Compass Lexecon on matters of antitrust litigation and M&A analysis. Lo holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of California, Berkeley, where he did his thesis on the role of prosecutorial discretion in creating racial disparities of sentence length.

By Kenny Lo
5 Discussions That Shaped the Justice Reform Movement in 2020Center for American ProgressMarch 18, 2021
Violent Crime Rates Declined in 10 Jurisdictions Following Comprehensive Police ReformCenter for American ProgressNovember 16, 2020
Assessing the State of Police ReformCenter for American ProgressJuly 16, 2020
Update to ‘News You Can Use: Research Roundup for Re-Entry Advocates’Center for American ProgressJune 25, 2020
Clemency 101Center for American ProgressMay 1, 2020
Expunging and Sealing Criminal RecordsCenter for American ProgressApril 15, 2020
The Enforcement of COVID-19 Stay-at-Home OrdersCenter for American ProgressApril 2, 2020
Tracking Enforcement Measures for Violation of Stay-at-Home OrdersCenter for American ProgressApril 2, 2020