Juris Doctor from the University of Miami; Bachelor of Science from Florida State University.
Superior Court of Connecticut; United States District Court, District of Connecticut.
State of Connecticut; District of Columbia.
Wiley E. Manuel Award for Service, Legal Aid Society of San Diego, C.A., October 2021.
Secretary of ACLU at the University of Miami.
Florida State University Dean’s List.
Kelsey is a native of Connecticut who recently joined the Brown Law as an associate attorney. Driven by a passion for helping immigrants and fluency in Spanish, Kelsey takes pride in providing high quality, compassionate legal representation. Prior to becoming an immigration attorney, Kelsey worked on high stakes civil litigation cases – sometimes involving millions of dollars. This experience developed Kelsey’s legal research and writing skills and can be seen today through the confidence she displays in front of Immigration Judges and federal prosecutors. At Brown Law, Kelsey represents clients before the Immigration Court and in appeals with the Board of Immigration Appeals. She frequently works with children on special immigrant juvenile cases and has extensive training working with children from her pro-bono work with the Children and Youth Law Clinic at the University of Miami School of Law.
Kelsey lives in Virginia with her husband. In her free time, Kelsey likes to cook, paint, and play pickleball with friends. Kelsey is fluent in both English and Spanish.