Kelsey Knitter has nearly 2 years of experience as a litigator through her work as an associate attorney for L & L Immigration Law, PLC. She was independently responsible for over 80 clients of varying backgrounds and appeared in court weekly. During this time, Kelsey also conducted extensive research on a variety of complex legal issues related to trust and elder abuse litigation.
As a 2018 graduate of William & Mary Law School where she served as the Senior Notes Editor of the Bill of Rights Journal and ranked high in her class. She was active in the Puller Veteran Benefits Clinic and successfully represented a client before the Board of Veterans' Appeals in Washington D.C. as a third-year law student. Prior to law school, Kelsey obtained her undergraduate degree in Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of California-Berkeley in 2014
Kelsey was an International Scholarship recipient and spent her second summer of law school working at Mariscal & Abogados, an international law firm in Madrid. She also worked as an International Legal Intern for a human rights organization in South Africa called Khulumani Support Group. Kelsey's diverse experiences provided her with a unique and broad perspective which she brings to every case she encounters.