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Alexis F. Trumble

Atlanta | 404.806.6526
Fax | 404.869.6972

Lexi Trumble focuses her practice on advising colleges and universities on a range of complex compliance issues, with a particular emphasis on how Title IX impacts gender equity and college athletics.

With respect to athletics, Lexi assists colleges and universities with short- and long-term strategic planning initiatives, leads clients through navigating federal Office for Civil Rights investigations and enforcement actions related to gender discrimination and sexual misconduct, and defends education institutions against federal class actions and other litigation. Her collaborative and resourceful approach often results in successful pre-suit resolution, and she is experienced in developing and implementing compliance plans for institutions of all sizes.

Lexi also regularly advises on fast-changing and emerging college athletics and education developments, including instituting policies that govern the use of student-athletes' name, image, and likeness (NIL) and advising institutions affected by or considering conference realignment.

In her Title IX sexual misconduct practice, she routinely trains college and university staff, Title IX coordinators, community stakeholders, and others on sexual misconduct prevention, investigation, and adjudication. Lexi guided university systems and their member institutions through comprehensive policy and procedure revisions amidst the Department of Education’s promulgation of new Title IX regulations in 2020 and is well-versed in related legal developments.

Lexi grew up as a competitive gymnast in her home state of South Carolina and went on to compete while obtaining her undergraduate degrees at Clemson University, where she was a four-time NAIGC National Championships qualifier. She leverages this experience to provide practical, tailored, and insightful advice to higher education institutions.

Lexi earned her law degree at the University of Georgia, where she gained litigation experience as a student practitioner at the Wilbanks Child Endangerment and Sexual Exploitation (CEASE) Clinic.

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Honors & Awards

  • Legal 500 United States, Key Lawyer, Education, 2023