Yolanda (Yoli) Redero
Assistant Clinical Professor of Law
Area(s) of Expertise
Domestic violence, criminal and family law
Domestic violence law, family law, international family law and alternate dispute resolution and domestic violence
J.D. University of Minnesota
M.Min. St. Thomas University
B.S. University of Miami
Yoli Redero created and directs Vanderbilt’s Family Law and Domestic Violence Clinic, which was originally funded with a grant from the Violence Against Women Office of the Department of Justice, and supervises students in live-client representation. She is licensed to practice in Florida and Tennessee. Before joining Vanderbilt’s law faculty, she was an Assistant State Attorney for Miami-Dade County, Florida, where she served as Assistant Chief of the Misdemeanor Domestic Violence Unit. In 2006, Professor Redero was a member of an interdisciplinary team of Vanderbilt researchers that visited the Ecuadorian Andes. Her portion of Vanderbilt’s multidisciplinary democracy study focused on indigenous people’s access to justice relating to domestic violence in Ecuador. Professor Redero currently chairs the Provost’s Task Force Against Sexual Assault at Vanderbilt University, which is working to establish effective prevention programs and responses for campus sexual assaults and gender violence.
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