Eduardo Gonzalez is a member of the American Institutions, Society, and Public Good program area, serving as the Program Officer for the Making Justice Accessible project, working with the project’s co-chairs to advance the recommendations in the Civil Justice for All report.
Prior to joining the Academy, Eduardo served as the Projects Manager for the Self-Represented Litigation Network (SRLN). There, Eduardo coordinated SRLN’s various activities including an active listserv of civil justice professionals, monthly webinars focused on access to justice topics, engagement with volunteer working group co-chairs, and an online library of civil justice resources. Prior to his role at SRLN, Eduardo was the Georgetown-SRLN Access to Justice Fellow, where he conducted nationwide research of state access to justice systems and county-level self-help services. Through this work, Eduardo has developed a practice of tracking emerging civil justice research, initiatives, and projects, and synthesizing insights to amplify the effectiveness of interventions meant to provide access to legal assistance for all.