Jaime Dodge

Prof. Jaime Dodge

Jamie Dodge is the founding director of Emory’s Institute for Complex Litigation and Mass Claims. Before teaching, Professor Dodge was in private practice with Paul Hastings and later Gibson Dunn, representing clients at any stage of the litigation process. After practicing privately, she held numerous faculty positions at Harvard Law School, the University of Georgia, and the Perking University School of Transnational Law before going to Emory. Her scholarship focuses on how the structure of procedural regimes, from aggregate litigation to alternative dispute resolution models, affects the exercise of rights and enforcement of substantive law. Her work has been published in many law review journals including Harvard Law Review, Virginia Law Review, and Notre Dame Law Review. Professor Dodge graduated with a law degree from Harvard University, and received her bachelors at Dartmouth College.