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Ayn W. Stehr

Adjunct Clinical Professor

Brief Biography

Ayn W. Stehr is a part-time Adjunct Clinical Professor teaching in the LSU Family Law Clinic and assisted starting the clinic in 2008.  She is a sole practitioner in Baton Rouge concentrating on family and administrative law; education and training in the field of family, domestic and dating violence; and governmental relations.  Stehr received her BA in Psychology and Master of Social Work degrees from LSU in 1980 and 1982, respectively.  She received her JD from Southern University Law Center in 1992.   She has over 30 years of experience in the family, domestic, and dating violence field having served as the Director of the Capital Area Family Violence Intervention Center, Inc. (Battered Women’s Program) from 1982 to 1989 and as the founding Director of the Legal Services Component from 1998 to 2012.  In addition, she has served as the Legal Consultant for the Louisiana Protective Order Registry of the Judicial Administrator’s Office of the Louisiana Supreme Court since 1998 and as a law enforcement trainer on domestic violence for the Louisiana Department of Justice for the past several years. Stehr is a registered lobbyist in Louisiana having represented local government, professional associations, and the Louisiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence.

Contact Info

Office: W154
Phone: 225/578-8262

Paul M. Hebert Law Center   |    1 E. Campus Dr.   |    Louisiana State University   |    Baton Rouge, LA 70803   |   225/578-5292