Kelsey Pelagalli serves as one of our Legal Interns. She will be starting her third year at The George Washington University Law School in Washington, D.C, where she has a 3.94 GPA and is a member of The George Washington Law Review and of the Moot Court Board.
Kelsey has a Bachelor of Arts degree, magna cum laude, from James Madison University in Political Science, where she was a member of the College Democrats, Make Your Mark on Madison, Operation Beautiful, and Sigma Sigma Sigma.
Previously, Kelsey served as a Summer Law Clerk for the City Solicitor’s Office in Providence, Rhode Island, where she had the opportunity to analyze the constitutionality of proposed city ordinances and prepared memorandum regarding diverse issues, such as municipal liability and employment discrimination.
Kelsey also worked with a Refugee Resettlement Program in Harrisonburg, Virginia, as a Life Skills Volunteer. She worked with refugees from around the world in an ESL-based cultural class, teaching English skills and life skills related to health, education, finance, and employment.
When she is not working or studying, Kelsey enjoys volunteering, hanging out with friends, and visiting with family.