Jennifer Tábuas, KCSDV
Jennifer Tábuas is a licensed attorney in the state of Kansas with a background in family law, children's advocacy, poverty law, and immigration. In her role as staff attorney with the Kansas Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence (KCSDV), she works to research and inform on legal issues regarding sexual assault, stalking, and domestic violence, including research, writing, material preparation, and training various agencies and organizations including advocates, attorneys, law enforcement officers, criminal justice personnel, and other related professionals across Kansas. Before joining KCSDV, Jennifer advocated for social justice with various agencies including Kansas Legal Services, Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation, and the Disability Rights Center of Kansas. Jennifer most recently worked as a solo practitioner for four years with a focus on children's advocacy as a Guardian ad litem, family law, housing law, and immigration law. In 2000 Jennifer graduated with Honors in Anthropology from the University of Kansas. She went on to graduate from Washburn University School of Law with a juris doctorate degree in 2009.