I thrive when problem-solving – whether through investigation and fact-finding, or collaborating with the team to resolve a difficult task. That’s what drew me to the law: taking a complicated problem within the convoluted legal system and translating it to help clients see the path to the other side. I’m naturally curious, and I enjoy reading up on different points of view to help me craft the best version of my own argument. Litigation keeps me on my toes and continually offers the opportunity to explore new areas.
Kelsey Foley works as part of the litigation team in McGlinchey’s Boston office, supporting clients in matters ranging from financial services, bankruptcy, and insurance defense to securities fraud and complex corporate disputes. She brings to her practice the benefit of previously working with this team as a legal assistant, a role she held immediately after graduating law school.
As a law student, Kelsey interned at the De Novo Center for Justice and Healing’s Immigration Unit, where she assisted with trial preparation and research related to asylum, country conditions, and protected social groups. Prior to her legal studies, Kelsey worked for three years in the Office of Graduate Admissions at her alma mater.
A consummate team player, Kelsey enjoys the camaraderie in McGlinchey’s Boston office and relishes the opportunity to participate in the wide variety of matters that the team handles. She most enjoys putting on her “detective hat” to dig into the unique facts and circumstances of each matter.