Kelly Cousoulis is an associate attorney at Carr Maloney P.C. She focuses her practice on Employment and Labor Law, General Liability, Complex Litigation, and Professional Liability.
Prior to joining the firm, Kelly served as a law clerk to the Honorable William T. Newman, Jr., Chief Judge for the Arlington County Circuit Court, where she drafted numerous written opinions for the Chief Judge and managed the civil motions docket and criminal sentencing docket caseloads. Kelly prepared the Court for each day’s docket by reading and summarizing pleadings and motions, doing supplemental research, and providing recommendations for Judge Newman.
Kelly earned her law degree from the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University. Kelly served as the Editor-in-Chief of the George Mason International Law Journal and her student note “21st Century Medicine Versus Anti-Vaccination Myths. Analyzing the World-Wife Resurrection of Measles and Why the United States Should End Religious and Philosophical Vaccination Exemptions” was published in 2021. Kelly served as a member of the Moot Court National Competition Team in 2021 and served as the First Year Competition Co-Chair.
While attending law school, Kelly interned at the Arlington County Courthouse serving all four Circuit Court Judges. Kelly also interned for the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia, where she worked in the Appellate Division.
Kelly graduated summa cum laude from the Catholic University of America with an undergraduate degree in Politics and a minor in Financial Management. Kelly also played on the varsity field hockey team where she served as a two-year captain.
Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University
Catholic University of America
BA, summa cum laude
District of Columbia (Pending Swearing in Ceremony)
Virginia Bar Association