Becki Truscott Kondkar is a nationally known educator and practitioner with long experience in the domestic violence field, representing survivors and working to improve the legal system's response to abuse.
She has trained hundreds of domestic violence attorneys across the United States and instructs law enforcement throughout Louisiana. And she serves as a gubernatorial appointee on Louisiana's Domestic Violence Prevention Commission.
Kondkar joined the Tulane Domestic Violence Clinic in 2006 and was named director in 2015. She previously had built a national practice representing survivors of domestic violence and child abuse and litigating family violence cases in 11 states. She also has trained judges, domestic violence advocates, child welfare workers and mental health professionals on legal issues affecting abuse survivors in family law courts.
The Association for Women Attorneys New Orleans chapter recognized her with its Michaelle Pitard Wynne Professionalism Award in 2015. And the New Orleans Police Department presented her with a "Superintendent's Coin" for her training work.
Fall 2016 - Domestic Violence Clinic; Litigation Skills for Domestic Violence Clinic Students
Spring 2017 - Domestic Violence Clinic