Kelsey is an Associate and assists attorneys in the energy, tax and intellectual property practice groups. Prior to joining Rath, Young and Pignatelli, Kelsey’s work experiences included legal externships with Liberty Utilities, the Air Compliance Bureau of the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services and the Environmental Protection Bureau in the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office.
Kelsey is a graduate of the Daniel Webster Scholar Honors Program at the University of New Hampshire School of Law. As a member of this program, she gained hands-on exposure to many practice areas through simulated and clinical settings and compiled a portfolio of practical legal work. Kelsey was also a Senior Editor of the UNH Law Review.
Kelsey earned her Bachelor of Science in Natural Resources from the University of Connecticut, where she dedicated hundreds of hours of environmental community service as a member of the EcoHouse Learning Community. She has been interested in environmental issues from a young age and currently volunteers on the Concord Energy & Environment Advisory Committee. She has also volunteered for the Consumer Protection Hotline at the New Hampshire Department of Justice and with the New Hampshire Migrant Education Program. In her free time she likes to hike, surf, and rock climb, and is working on becoming a hiking leader with the Appalachian Mountain Club.
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- University of Connecticut
- University of New Hampshire School of Law
- New Hampshire
- Volunteer, City of Concord Energy & Environment Advisory Committee, 2018-present
- Kelsey Sullivan co-authors article, “Property Owners & Contractors Can Be Liable for Burning Debris“, New Hampshire Bar News, (September 2018 Edition).