Overview

Kaelyn represents clients in connection with a wide variety of civil and commercial litigation matters, including contract disputes, partnership disputes, residential and commercial landlord/tenant cases, personal injury matters, and motor-vehicle related claims. Kaelyn also routinely represents clients in lemon law arbitration proceedings before the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection, where she has successfully obtained refunds and damages for individuals who own or lease defective motor vehicles.

In law school, Kaelyn received the Arnold J. Bai Award, given to the graduating student who demonstrates outstanding promise in litigation. She won the 2020 TYLA Regional Trial Competition and went on to become a quarterfinalist in the national championship, finishing among the top eight trial teams in the country.

Kaelyn is a proud Connecticut native who is passionate about giving back to her community. She served in the Quinnipiac Civil Justice Clinic, where she helped to obtain humanitarian visas for victims of violent crime and presented to Connecticut businesses about human trafficking identification and intervention strategies.

Kaelyn currently serves as Co-Chair of the firm's Wellness Committee.

Credentials

Education

Quinnipiac University School of Law, J.D., summa cum laude, 2021
     •  Dean’s Fellow, Merit Scholarship Recipient
     •  Quinnipiac Law Review, Lead Articles Editor
     •  Human Trafficking Prevention Project, Publications Chairwoman

Roger Williams University, B.A., summa cum laude, 2018

Admissions

  • Connecticut
  • U.S. District Court District of Connecticut

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