Faculty Profile: Jeana A Lungwitz
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Jeana Lungwitz, J.D., Clinical Professor and director of the Domestic Violence Clinic, The University of Texas School of Law, graduated law school in 1989. She began working with survivors of domestic violence in 1991 through volunteer work and as a Staff Attorney with the Texas Advocacy Project, Inc. (formerly the Women’s Advocacy Project, Inc.). She later became the Legal Services Director of that organization and opened a private practice focused on representing survivors of domestic violence. She co-founded the Domestic Violence Clinic at U.T. with Sarah Buel in 1997.
She is an appointed member of the Supreme Court Protective Order Taskforce, and since 1991 has given presentations at the state and national level on legal issues affecting those abused by their intimate partners. In the Domestic Violence Clinic she supervises law students as they represent survivors of domestic violence primarily in civil cases and parole matters.
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June 28, 2007
Continuing Legal Education Conference
On June 28, 2007 presented a paper entitled, "Presenting a Domestic Violence Case to the Court" at the Family Law on the Front Lines continuing legal education conference sponsored by the University of Texas School of Law in Galveston, TX.
April 11, 2007
Poverty Law Conference
On April 11, 2007, in Austin, Texas, spoke at the Poverty Law Conference sponsored by Texas Lawyers Care on the topic of Protective Orders.