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Labor & Employment - Minnesota
"Ms. Nash is a leader in the higher education industry, especially as it relates to employment matters. She is well respected for her energy, creativity, and dedication." "She tailors her advice to meet our particular institution and its unique goals and needs."
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Kathryn Nash chairs Lathrop GPM’s Labor, Employment, and Higher Education practice. Relying on years of experience working with colleges and universities throughout the country, Kathryn provides trainings, revises policies, conducts compliance reviews, and advises institutions on a wide range of issues unique to higher education, including the Clery Act, Title IX, VAWA, and FERPA.
As an innovator and thought leader in higher education law, Kathryn co-founded trainED, an outgrowth and extension of Lathrop GPM’s higher education practice that is a nationally recognized provider of higher education training and compliance services. Kathryn and her team have conducted hundreds of sexual misconduct and harassment investigations, adjudications, and appeals on behalf of colleges and universities.
Kathryn also advises employers from various industries on all types of employment matters, from hiring to termination and everything in between. With an expertise in addressing sexual harassment and misconduct, Kathryn regularly conducts independent compliance reviews and investigations of misconduct for employers across the United States. Additionally, Kathryn has extensive experience advising organizations on complex issues related to child safety prevention and response, assisting organizations in responding to reports, serving as an outside independent investigator, and conducting independent reviews of past handling of reports of abuse.