Tamara L. Kuennen
Civil Litigation Clinic
Law School Clinical Program
B.A., 1991, Occidental College
J.D., 1996, Northeastern University School of Law
LL.M., 2004, Georgetown University Law Center
Before joining the University of Denver Sturm College of Law faculty, Tamara Kuennen was a Women In Law and Public Policy Fellow at Georgetown University Law Center. She taught for two years in the Domestic Violence Clinic at Georgetown, where she earned her LLM degree in trial advocacy. Prior to teaching, Kuennen practiced at Legal Aid Services of Oregon for five years, representing victims of domestic violence in a variety of civil cases, including protection orders, domestic relations, public benefits and civil rights litigation.
- Recognizing the Right to Petition for Victims of Domestic Violence, 81 Fordham L. Rev. 837 (2012).
- Private Relationships and Public Problems: Applying Principles of Relational Contract Theory to Domestic Violence, 2010 B.Y.U. L. Rev. 101.
- "No-Drop" Civil Protection Orders: Exploring the Bounds of Judicial Intervention in the Lives of Domestic Violence Victims, 16 U.C.L.A. Women's Law J. 39 (2007).
- Analyzing the Impact of Coercion on Domestic Violence Victims: How Much Is Too Much?, 22 Berkeley J. Gender L. & Just. 2 (2007).
- Civil Legal Options for Victims of Stalking, Stalking: Psychology, Risk Factors, Interventions, And Law, (Mary P. Brewster, ed., 2003).