Elliott Greenleaf’s Kelley B. Hodge recently co-presented a workshop/ training on Title IX Investigations at the 38th Annual National Conference on Law & Higher Education: “Higher Education Law and Policy at the Crossroads in 2017: Accountability and Regulation of American Colleges and Universities in Times of Legal, Social and Political Upheaval”. Her presentation, sponsored by The Center for Excellence in Higher Education Law and Policy at Stetson University College of Law, identified and analyzed critical issues concerning Title IX policies and procedures in post-secondary education.
An experienced former prosecutor and litigator, Ms. Hodge was the first independent Title IX coordinator at the University of Virginia, where she helped develop and implement sex and gender harassment policies across the University’s eleven campuses. Kelley worked proactively and effectively to address alleged sex and/or gender-based harassment and intimate partner violence. Her practice at Elliott Greenleaf focuses on education law, counseling institutional and individual clients on compliance with federal and state law, and litigation, including education, white collar criminal issues, and internal investigations.