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					                                         LAUREN O’NEILL
           UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINOLOGY AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                           2220BB LEFRAK HALL, COLLEGE PARK, MD 20742
                                            301-405-4731
                                        loneill@crim.umd.edu

EDUCATION

University of Maryland                                                                         College Park, MD
  Pursuing Masters Degree and PhD in Criminology and Criminal Justice- September 2003-present,Current GPA:3.7
        Sutherland Fellowship, September 2003-present
The College of New Jersey                                                                            Ewing, NJ
  Bachelor of Science in Law and Justice. Minor: Psychology –May 2002 Magna Cum Laude GPA: 3.7; Major 3.9
      Alpha Phi Sigma - National Criminal Justice Honor Society, accepted December 2000
      Golden Key Honor Society, accepted Fall 2000
      American Criminal Justice Association, 1999 to 2002
      Who’s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, 2001– 2002
      Edward J. Bloustein Scholar-Fall 1998-Spring 2002
      The College of New Jersey Merit Scholar-Fall 1998-Spring 2002

PUBLICATIONS

 Henry F. Fradella, Lauren O’Neill, & Adam Fogarty, The Impact of Daubert on Forensic Science..
      Pepperdine Law Review, 2004, 31 Pepp. L. Rev. 323.

 Henry F. Fradella, Adam Fogarty & Lauren O'Neill, The Impact of Daubert on the Admissibility of
  Behavioral Science Testimony. Pepperdine Law Review, 2003, 30 Pepp. L. Rev. 403.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

 American Society of Criminology, November 2004                                                  Nashville, TN
  Lauren O’Neill, Differences in Correctional Opportunities within Correctional Institutions

 American Society of Criminology, November 2003                                                    Denver, CO
  Roundtable: International Prisons Initiative

 Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, March 2003                                                  Boston, MA
   Henry F. Fradella, Lauren O’Neill, & Adam Fogarty, Daubert's Impact on Forensic Scientific Evidence.
 Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, March 2002                                                 Anaheim, CA
   Henry F. Fradella, Adam Fogarty & Lauren O'Neill, The Impact of Daubert on the Admissibility of
     Behavioral Science Testimony.

GOVERNMENTAL REPORTS
MacKenzie, D.L. et al. (expected October 2004). An Experimental Study of the Maryland Correctional Boot Camp
     for Adults: Final Report. Report to the Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention.

MacKenzie, D.L. et al. (2004). An experimental Study of the Maryland Correctional Boot Camp for Adults:
     Intermediate Change. Report to the Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention.

MacKenzie, D.L. et al. (2004). An experimental Study of the Maryland Correctional Boot Camp for Adults:
     Process Evaluation. Report to the Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention.
WORK EXPERIENCE

University of Maryland                                                                     College Park, MD
   Research Assistant, 8/03-present
        Responsible for data collection, data analysis, and writing/editing governmental reports. Currently
        editing two books for publication in 2004.

Center for Substance Abuse Research                                                        College Park, MD
   Research Assistant, 9/04-present
        Responsible for conducting participant interviews for the College Life Study, field editing, and quality
        assurance checks on other interviewers’ data collection.

U.S. Investigations Services, Inc.                                                            Cherry Hill, NJ
   Investigator, 8/02-8/03
       Responsible for conducting background investigations for Federal Government Agencies.
       Responsibilities include conducting subject/source interviews, compiling records information, and
       writing investigative reports.

The College of New Jersey                                                                          Ewing, NJ
   Research Assistant for Dr. Henry F. Fradella, January 2001 to present
       Selected by professor to assist in conducting two studies of over 1300 federal trial and appellate cases
       to assess the impact of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals.
       Collected data using Westlaw and Lexis-Nexis. Conducted a review of the relevant literature.
       Prepared case briefs. Analyzed data using both qualitative and quantitative content analysis
       techniques. Co-authored and co-presented two manuscripts at international academic conferences.

   Teaching Assistant for Dr. Henry F. Fradella, Fall 2002 Semester
       After having successfully completed the course with an "A," I was hired to assist the professor in
       teaching LAWJ 345: Evidence and the Trial Process. Primary responsibility is to act as a judge
       presiding over weekly mock-trial exercises. Other responsibilities include assisting in exam
       construction and grading, serving as a coach to one of the mock trial teams, and guest lecturing on
       the role of Daubert when covering the law of evidence governing expert witnesses.

  Ambassador, 3/99-5/02
      Responsible for public relations for The College such as oral presentations at open houses, giving
      tours, staffing college events, and organizing the freshmen orientation program.

Law Offices of Roberts & Wood                                                                  Riverdale, MD
    Investigator, Summer 2001
        Responsible for the investigative work behind Federal and State criminal and civil cases in
        Washington, D.C. and Maryland. Responsibilities included client/witness interviews, taking
        statements, photographing crime scenes and trial preparation.

 Georgetown University Law Center                                                          Washington, D.C.
   Investigative Intern for the Criminal and Juvenile Justice Clinics, January 2001-May 2001
        Responsible for helping develop the defense theory of the case for indigent defendants by
        interviewing witnesses, taking statements, photographing and diagramming crime scenes, helping to
        prepare for trial and researching rehabilitative programs for juveniles.

 Crawshaw, Mayfield, Turner, O’Mara, Donnelly & McBride, PC                                  Cherry Hill, NJ
    Legal Assistant, May 2000-September 2000
        Responsible for typing legal dictations, filing Motions with the Court and scheduling of depositions.

   Office Assistant, March 2000 & December 1999 (Spring Break and Semester Break)
         General office work-filing, billing, phones.

				
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