Gayle L. Ketchie

Associate | Walnut Creek

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gketchie@lozanosmith.com
Tel: 925.953.1620
Fax: 925.953.1625
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Overview

Gayle L. Ketchie is an Associate in Lozano Smith's Walnut Creek Office. Ms. Ketchie assists clients in a wide-variety of charter schools, labor & employment, and student issues.

Experience

Prior to joining Lozano Smith as an attorney, Ms. Ketchie worked for a non-profit as a Policy Research Assistant focusing on consumer protection laws in the areas of health, food, finance, and privacy law. She also served as a Law Clerk for the Office of the General Counsel at Oakland Unified School District. In that capacity, she concentrated on analyzing issues related to the California Education and Labor Codes for the District assisting in policy creation and compliance.

Education

Ms. Ketchie received her Juris Doctor from the University of San Francisco, School of Law, and earned her Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology, with a Minor in Urban Education, from the University of California at Berkeley. While in law school, Ms. Ketchie served as both Senior Literary Editor and Associate Literary Editor for the USF Maritime Law Journal. Ms. Ketchie also served on the Moot Court Board as the Development Director, and placed in the Top 16 in the Wagner Labor and Employment competition at the Moot Court.

Sunshine Laws To Begin Shining On Charter Schools: Charter Schools Subject To Public Transparency Laws

By: Edward SklarGayle Ketchie-

January 2019 Number 7 The California Attorney General recently issued a long-awaited opinion addressing the applicability of certain "sunshine" laws to charter schools. Specifically, the Attorney General concluded that California charter schools and their governing bodies are subject to the Ralph M. Brown Act (Brown Act), the California Public Records Act (Public Records Act), Government Code section 1090 and the Political Reform act of 1974. The opinion further states that the books and ...