Practice Points: Using Public Records

Video Programming from the Tennessee Bar Association

Elisha Diane Hodge

Elisha Diane Hodge earned her law degree from the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law in 2003. Following graduation, Hodge worked for three years with the Tennessee Department of Health, where she served as advisory counsel to and prosecuted cases before several health related boards. In 2007, Hodge began working for the Comptroller of the Treasury, as the open records specialist. In August 2009, she was promoted to Open Records Counsel. Her job now includes giving presentations to organizations and governmental entities around the state on the subject of open records and open meetings, researching open records and open meetings inquires, and issuing opinions to both citizens and local government officials on open records issues.