Aaron P. Wenzloff

Clinical Lecturer in Law, Research Scholar in Law, and Robert M. Cover Clinical Teaching Fellow


Aaron P. Wenzloff is a Clinical Lecturer in Law, Research Scholar in Law, and Robert M. Cover Clinical Teaching Fellow at Yale Law School and a staff attorney with the New Haven Legal Assistance Association (LAA), where he provides legal representation to low-income victims of domestic violence on family, custody, and restraining order matters. In this role, he also engages in public policy work in the state capitol on family law issues that affect low-income people.

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Education & Curriculum Vitae


J.D., University of Michigan Law School, 2010

B.B.A., University of Michigan, 2006

Courses Taught


  • Temporary Restraining Order Project
  • Advanced Veterans Legal Services Clinic

Aaron P. Wenzloff is a Clinical Lecturer in Law, Research Scholar in Law, and Robert M. Cover Clinical Teaching Fellow at Yale Law School and a staff attorney with the New Haven Legal Assistance Association (LAA), where he provides legal representation to low-income victims of domestic violence on family, custody, and restraining order matters. In this role, he also engages in public policy work in the state capitol on family law issues that affect low-income people. In 2014, the Connecticut General Assembly appointed Wenzloff to be a representative of the Connecticut legal aid programs on the Senate Judiciary Committee’s Task Force to Study the Service of Temporary Restraining Orders.

Prior to joining the LAA, Wenzloff was a staff attorney and Skadden Fellow at Connecticut Legal Services in Bridgeport, where he represented low-income tenants in eviction and foreclosure matters. Wenzloff holds two degrees from the University of Michigan, a J.D. and a Bachelor of Business Administration. While in law school, Wenzloff represented victims of human trafficking crimes in the University of Michigan’s Human Trafficking Clinic.