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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



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.

Fall 2014 - Domestic Violence & the Law; Domestic Violence Law Clinic 

Spring 2015 - Domestic Violence Clinic  


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NOLA.com, "Killing of woman, her son reveals flaws in protection of domestic-violence victims," Saturday, October 29, 2011
Times-Picayune, "New Orleans judicial candidates pledge to handle domestic violence cases with care," Friday, October 7, 2011
Al Jazeera, "Post Katrina racial killings trial begins," Friday, July 1, 2011
Times-Picayune, "New Orleans police and all of us need to take domestic violence seriously: Jarvis DeBerry," Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Times-Picayune, " Lifeline for abuse victims: An editorial," Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Times-Picayune, "Family Justice Center gets it together for domestic abuse victims," Monday, November 1, 2010
Times-Picayune, "Landrieu attends White House ceremony to launch government-wide response to domestic violence," Thursday, October 28, 2010
The Times-Picayune, "Recent domestic violence tragedies in New Orleans couldn't be prevented by moving cases to state court," Saturday, May 15, 2010
Times-Picayune, a guest column, "Crime rooted in domestic violence," Monday, April 19, 2010
The Times-Picayune, "In recent New Orleans abuse cases justice was truly blind: An editorial," Sunday, April 11, 2010
Times-Picayune, "Quadruple murder suspect had domestic-violence record stretching two years," Friday, April 9, 2010
The Times-Picayune, "Treme triple murder suspect's domestic violence case being reviewed," Tuesday, April 06, 2010
The Times-Picayune, "Judge raises bond for musician accused of choking girlfriend, beating her with guitar," Sunday, March 7, 2010
Times-Picayune, "Louisiana women at risk," Saturday, September 26, 2009
The Times-Picayune, "Battery suspects will be arrested," Sunday, March 08, 2009
The Times-Picayune, "Abuse crimes to get state charges," Thursday, February 26, 2009
The Times-Picayune, "Federal judge takes big role in fight over Jefferson Parish schools," Saturday January 24, 2009
Tulane University New Wave, "Law Professor Examines Women?s Roles in Politics," Monday, November 17, 2008
The Times-Picayune, "ACORN hearing scuttled because proper notice of the proceeding wasn't given," Thursday October 02, 2008
Tulane University NewWave, "Feds Continue Support for Domestic Violence," Wednesday, May 21, 2008
Times-Picayune, "Thomas' sentence fast-tracked: Timing indicates he didn't get plea deal," Monday, November 19, 2007
Times Picayune, "EDITORIAL: A haven of help," August 30, 2007
Times Picayune, "Attorney general mum on resignation: Gozales visits New Orleans for operning of new Family Justice Center," August 29, 2007
Times Picayune, “Read & renew: Two years after Katrina, the New Orleans public library system remains in flux. But a new leadership team is determined to rebuild it, one branch and bookmobile at a time,” Sunday, August 26, 2007
The Times-Picayune, "Going easy on men who kill partners," May 14, 2007
The Times Picayune, "Feds offering variety of crime help to N.O.: Programs include domestic abuse center," February 14, 2007
NBC Nightly News, "Battered by the Storm," August 16, 2006
The Times Picayune, "BINDING WOUNDS: For N.O. libraries, recovery comes one book at a time after Katrina ripped the system to shreds," June 24, 2006
The Times Picayune, "Stricken libraries bear witness to disaster," June 22, 2006
The Times Picayune, "Abuse is more than a character flaw," May 24, 2006
The Times Picayune, "Libraries will be a haven once again," April 5, 2006
Gambit Weekly, "Network Difficulties: The number of domestic-violence issues is disproportionate to the reduced New Orleans population, forcing creative reorganization and operational approaches to saving battered women," March 21, 2006

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tel 504.865.5976

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