Victoria Lutz

Victoria (Vicki) Lutz, Esq.

For most of Victoria Lutz’s 37-year legal career she has worked to end sexual and domestic violence. Currently, she provides domestic violence expert consultation and testimony in domestic and criminal cases throughout Colorado. She is admitted to the Colorado and New York bars and has been endorsed and qualified as an expert in many federal and state courts.

Victoria performs annual grant review for the Department of Justice’s Office on Violence Against Women and presently is teaching “Interpersonal Violence Law and Public Policy” at the University of Colorado Denver School of Public Affairs. From 2004 to 2012 she was the executive director of Colorado’s Crossroads Safehouse, and in the decade prior to 2004 she held the same title at New York’s Pace Women’s Justice Center. She has been a law professor and has handled civil and criminal cases ranging from harassment to homicide.

In addition to training thousands on gender violence issues in America, Canada, and Africa, she has authored more than 15 articles and chapters in books. She was on the faculty of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA) for eight years, and is the recipient of many honors. Under a 2012-2014 Colorado University grant, she was a statewide consultant for domestic violence programs.