Jamie Morikawa is the associate director of the RAND Institute for Civil Justice (ICJ), through which she is responsible for helping the director manage ICJ's strategy and research portfolio, as well as building and maintaining relationships with advisory board members, donors, and the private sector. She previously served as acting director of the ICJ, participating in management for ICJ and its related centers, including the Center for Corporate Ethics and Governance, the Center for Health and Safety in the Workplace, and the Center for Catastrophic Risk Management and Compensation.
Morikawa also serves as the director of development for the RAND Justice Policy Program, where she focuses on building out support for the program's criminal and civil justice research portfolios.
Prior to joining RAND, Morikawa practiced entertainment litigation for three years, worked as assistant director of the UCLA School of Law's Office of Career Services, and played a significant role in helping to establish the UCLA Center for the Liberal Arts and Free Institutions.
Morikawa received her B.A. from UCLA and her J.D. from UCLA School of Law.
Paul Heaton, Ivan Waggoner, Jamie Morikawa, "How Do Compensation Funds Affect Victims' Willingness to Pursue Litigation?" Buffalo Law Review, 63(5):1263-1323, 2015
Geoffrey McGovern, Neil Rickman, Joseph W. Doherty, Fred Kipperman, Jamie Morikawa, Kate Giglio, Third-Party Litigation Funding and Claim Transfer: Trends and Implications for the Civil Justice System, RAND (CF-272-CLPP), 2010