Becki Truscott Kondkar joined the Tulane Law faculty in 2006. Before that, she worked for a private firm litigating cases on behalf of victims of domestic violence and child abuse in a nationwide practice. She has litigated cases in trial and appellate courts in 11 states and is a national educator who has trained hundreds of attorneys, judges, domestic violence advocates, child welfare workers and mental health professionals on legal issues affecting victims of abuse in family law courts. Her work includes a special emphasis on systemic issues that negatively impact victims of abuse in family courts.
Kondkar has also represented victims of domestic violence in a high-volume legal services practice in Asheville, North Carolina. In the year following Hurricane Katrina, she worked with New Orleans Legal Assistance helping low-income New Orleanians return to the city by assisting them with disaster-related legal needs.
Fall 2016 - Domestic Violence Clinic; Litigation Skills for Domestic Violence Clinic Students
Spring 2017 - Domestic Violence Clinic