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C-CAT team


Caitlin Little

LRS Analyst and Research Attorney
UNC School of Government

Caitlin Little joined the School of Government in 2016 as a Legislative Reporting Service (LRS) attorney. Little’s LRS duties include analyzing legislation and drafting bill digests for publication each calendar day the North Carolina General Assembly is in session. She also assists the LRS Director in publication of the Daily Bulletin. Beginning in 2017, Little has also worked in a research and support role for faculty with short- and long-term projects during legislative interims, and is now the primary sustainer of C-CAT. Prior to joining the School of Government, Little served in multiple state agencies and offices in research and support roles. Little earned a BA from North Carolina State University and a JD from Campbell University School of Law.


John Rubin

Albert Coates Professor of Public Law and Government
UNC School of Government

John Rubin joined the School of Government in 1991. He previously practiced law for nine years in Washington, DC and Los Angeles. At the School, he specializes in criminal law and indigent defense education. He has written several articles and books on criminal law; teaches and consults with judges, prosecutors, public defenders, and other officials in the criminal justice system; and manages the School’s indigent defense education program. He is a frequent consultant to the Office of Indigent Defense Services, which is responsible for overseeing and enhancing legal representation for indigent defendants and others entitled to counsel under North Carolina law. In 2008, he was awarded a two-year distinguished professorship for faculty excellence. In 2012, he was named Albert Coates Professor of Public Law and Government. Rubin earned a B.A. from the University of California at Berkeley and a J.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.


Thanks and aknowlegement to C-CAT founders Whitney Fairbanks and Daryl Atkinson. Their dedication to the tool's initial creation and management provided the foundation for this resource and its continued evolution.