Robyn Mazur formerly provided support to courts and communities on issues of gender-based violence, community justice, substance use and mental health issues, and tribal justice by supplying best practice information, written materials, needs assessments, trainings, and consultation. Ms. Mazur also coordinated and provided training to judges and community leaders across the U.S. and internationally on the issues of violence against women. Ms. Mazur is an attorney and has extensive experience in the field of violence against women. She was a staff attorney at the National Network to End Domestic Violence and was the staff director of the Mayor’s Commission on Violence Against Women both in Washington, D.C. She was an attorney at the House of Ruth Shelter, Domestic Violence Legal Clinic in Baltimore, Maryland where she represented battered women clients in civil cases. Ms. Mazur is a graduate of the University of Baltimore School of Law and Tulane University.
- Addressing Domestic Violence in Rural Communities
- Human Trafficking and the Courts: Viewers’ Guide to 'From Defendant to Survivor'
- From Defendant to Survivor: How Courts are Responding to Human Trafficking
- Winnebago County Domestic Violence Coordinated Courts: Working with the Community to Address Family Violence
- Ada County Domestic Violence Court: Lessons from Boise, Idaho
- Dallas County Criminal Court 10 and the Response to Family Violence
- Enhancing Collaboration Between Domestic Violence Courts and Supervised Visitation Services
- Responding to Sex Trafficking in Your Jurisdiction: A Planning Toolkit
- Responding to Human Trafficking: Lessons from an Experiment in the Bronx
- Domestic Violence in Rural Communities: Applying Key Principles of Domestic Violence Courts in Smaller Jurisdictions
- What Makes a Domestic Violence Court Work? Key Principles