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Tania Tetlow

The Felder-Fayard Early Career Associate Professor of Law and Director, Domestic Violence Clinic

BA, 1992, cum laude, Tulane University; JD, 1995, magna cum laude, Harvard University

E-mail:  ttetlow@tulane.edu
Telephone:  504.862.8812
Office:  Weinmann Hall, Room 130-N


Biography:

Professor Tetlow joined the Tulane Law School faculty in 2005.  After her graduation from law school, she clerked for Judge James Dennis of the US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. She practiced in the area of commercial litigation with a private law firm in New Orleans and then became Assistant US Attorney, Criminal Division, Eastern District of Louisiana.  There, Professor Tetlow worked as a prosecutor in the Violent Crimes Unit and gained extensive experience with the Violence Against Women Act. At Tulane, Professor Tetlow directs the Domestic Violence Clinic.
 
In 2009, Professor Tetlow received the Tulane University President's Award for Excellence in Professional and Graduate Teaching.  She was also named to the Felder-Fayard Endowed Early Career Professorship.
 

Courses:
Fall 2012 - Domestic Violence Law & Advocacy
Spring 2013 - Sabbatical
Other Courses - Equal Protection Seminar; Domestic Violence Clinic



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Articles Book Chapters Lectures

 
Articles
Two Rival Theories of Mixed Legal Systems, ELECTRONIC JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE LAW 12.1 (May 2008), also in 4 THE JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE LAW (London 2008)
Criminal Justice Collapse: The Constitution After Hurricane Katrina, co-authored with Brandon Garrett.  56 DUKE L. J. 127 (2006)
How Batson Spawned Shaw – Requiring the Government to Treat Citizens as Individuals When it Cannot,  49 LOYOLA L. REV. 133 (2003)
The Founders and Slavery: A Crisis of Conscience,  3 LOYOLA J. of PUB. INT. L. 1 (2001)

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