Maureen P. Holland’s practice is focused on education law and civil rights investigations. Institutions frequently call upon Maureen to investigate reports of sexual assault, harassment, stalking, interpersonal violence, discrimination, and other forms of prohibited conduct.
Maureen delivers training modules on Title IX-related federal compliance, best practices in conducting investigations, and the use of trauma-informed investigative methods. Before joining Cozen O’Connor, Maureen worked for a boutique Philadelphia firm.
Prior to that, she served as acting assistant chief of the busiest trial unit in the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office. Maureen has tried more than 20 cases to jury verdict and hundreds of cases before judges.
As acting assistant chief, she oversaw the prosecution of over 3,600 cases for crimes including attempted murder, drug trafficking, robbery, and fraud. Maureen received her undergraduate degree, cum laude, from Villanova University and her law degree from the Temple University School of Law.
Temple University—James E. Beasley School of Law, J.D., 2007