Kelsey Williams focuses her practice on professional liability, business law and commercial litigation, and general liability.
Prior to joining Carr Maloney P.C., Kelsey was a law clerk to the Honorable Kathryn Grill Graeff on the Court of Special Appeals. As Judge Graeff’s law clerk, Kelsey drafted opinions and bench memoranda for both civil and criminal matters.
Kelsey graduated cum laude from the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law. She served as the Articles Editor on the Journal of Race, Religion, Gender, and Class. Kelsey was also a Moot Court Board member and the Baltimore Outreach for Student Success president.
During law school, Kelsey interned for the Honorable Douglas Nazarian on the Court of Special Appeals in Maryland. She also worked as a law clerk for the Seledee Law Group, where she gained experience with civil litigation for matters in Maryland, D.C., and Virginia. Additionally, she worked as a student attorney for the National Association of the Deaf, assisting in client intake and research for ongoing lawsuits.
Kelsey graduated from Liberty University with an undergraduate degree in English.
University of Maryland Francis Carey School of Law
JD, cum laude
- “Supreme Court to Hear Landmark Case Regarding Section 11 Liability for Direct Listings,” Carr Maloney’s The Class Action Blog, December 27, 2022
- “Recipients of Telemarketing Calls Made on Behalf of DirecTV Granted Class Certification in Class Action Lawsuit,” Carr Maloney’s The Class Action Blog, October 7, 2022
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