Kasey has specific experience in legal and compliance issues related to collegiate athletics and leads the Athletic Compliance consulting team. A former Division I student-athlete, Kasey advises higher education and K-12 clients on athletic compliance and legal issues including Title IX gender equity compliance (including comprehensive reviews and plans), student-athlete conduct, student-athlete eligibility, NCAA compliance, and name, image, and likeness.

As a trained Title IX investigator and decision-maker, Kasey assists colleges and universities in drafting and reviewing institutional policies to comply with federal regulations. In addition, Kasey provides guidance on various legal issues on campus, including financial exigency, accreditation, hazing, FERPA, the Clery Act and animals on campus.

Kasey’s prior experience includes working at the Mid-American Conference (MAC) and in the LSU athletic compliance department, where she assisted with NCAA compliance matters involving amateurism, recruiting, eligibility, and playing and practice seasons. Additionally, she has crafted conference-sponsored legislative proposals.


Louisiana State University Paul M. Hebert Law Center (J.D., 2021); Dean’s Scholar (2018–2020); Co-Chair, Street Law; Member, Public Interest Law Society; Team Member, National Sports Law Negotiation Competition (2020); Member, Sports and Entertainment Media Law Society

Kent State University (B.S. in Sport Administration, summa cum laude, 2018); Student-Athlete, Women’s Golf

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