As an associate for the firm, Kelly focuses her practice primarily on family law, administrative law, and personal injury.
She earned a B.A. and Juris Doctorate from DePaul University.
Kelly gained a wide-variety of experience throughout law school. She clerked at the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office; externed for the Honorable Anne M. Burke of the Illinois Supreme Court; served as a Pro Se Advocate at the Cook County Domestic Violence Courthouse; participated in DePaul’s Criminal Appeals and Asylum and Immigration Clinics; and interned at the Center for Disability and Elder Law.
Kelly received numerous awards during law school:
She enjoys representing clients in legal matters ranging from divorce and child support issues, to hearings at various administrative boards. Her broad experience enhances her ability to advocate effectively for her clients.
Kelly is an active member of the Chicago Bar, the Illinois State Bar, and the Will County Bar Associations. She was born and raised on the South Side and currently lives in the southwest suburbs with her husband and three children.
"I understand that accusations are nothing more than that. I think that’s something my clients like. They realize that I’m not going to simply look at an allegation and assume that it occurred."