Katelyn Dodd serves as the Editor-in-Chief of Volume 51 of the Cumberland Law Review. She is a 2015 graduate of Vanderbilt University, where she received her Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and minors in Corporate Strategy and American History. Prior to law school, Katelyn served as an AmeriCorps Member for three years in Birmingham, coordinating extracurricular programs for middle and high school students in the Birmingham and Tuscaloosa areas.
At Cumberland, Katelyn is a member of Women in Law and the Cumberland Public Interest and Community Service Organization, and is a pupil in the Judge James Edwin Horton Inn of Court. She received the Scholar of Merit and CALI awards in Business Organizations and Constitutional Law I, and has been named to the Dean’s List all semesters where released.
Katelyn enjoys traveling, reading, and serving as co-leader for her nieces’ Girl Scout troop.
Click here to read Katelyn’s article regarding the recent 11th Circuit Court of Appeal’s decisions in Lewis v. Governor of Alabama.