About Lindsey

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Lindsey Pointer is the Assistant Director of the National Center on Restorative Justice at Vermont Law School. She has a PhD in Restorative Justice from Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand and is a former Fulbright Fellow and Rotary Global Grant recipient.

Lindsey has worked as a restorative justice facilitator, community program manager, educator, and researcher. She is the author of two books on restorative justice: The Little Book of Restorative Teaching Tools (Good Books, 2020) and The Restorative Justice Ritual (Routledge, 2021). Lindsey also launched and maintains the website www.RestorativeTeachingTools.com, a free collection of games and activities for teaching restorative practices in trainings and classrooms.

Community Leadership

  • The International Journal of Restorative Justice Advisory Board Member 
    • Offer guidance and direction related to the content and direction of the International Journal of Restorative Justice
    • Peer-review submitted articles and provide constructive feedback
  • Center for Restorative Justice at University of San Diego Advisory Board Member 
    • Monthly meetings to provide guidance and direction for the Center for Restorative Justice at USD
  • National Association of Community Restorative Justice Advisory Council Member 
    • Monthly meetings to provide guidance and direction to NACRJ
    • Editor of the Restorative Well, the NACRJ member newsletter

Grants

4 thoughts on “About Lindsey

  1. Lindsey, I am thrilled to see that you are working in restorative justice! This is such an important field of study and I look forward to seeing the work you do in New Zealand and your accomplishments thereafter.

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