Bringing cultivated litigation experience to her practice, Kelsea Médard advises clients on general litigation matters and represents clients in a broad range of complex commercial disputes. While in law school, Kelsea served as legal extern in the Business and Legal Affairs Department of a “Big Three” music company which supports many of the nation’s top record labels. She also served as an honors intern for the New York City Law Department, where she engaged in motion practice, deposed witnesses, and argued in a New York County Supreme Court.
Kelsea is committed to serving the community, and currently represents pro bono clients in special education and immigration matters.
While in law school, Kelsea focused her legal research on copyright law and various legal issues stemming from racial and socioeconomic disparities in the United States. She has a deep interest in litigation, which she has cultivated through legal experience and law school opportunities. Kelsea earned “Best Oralist” during her final round of an invitation only moot court competition, and later served as a moot court judge during her last year of law school.
Before completing law school, Kelsea served as an intern for the City of Boston Law Department and the New York City Law Department, where she gained experience in preparing for depositions, deposing witnesses during the discovery phase, drafting motions and briefs, and strengthening her knowledge of various stages of the litigation process.
Kelsea earned her B.S. in advertising, with a concentration in management, from the S.I. Newhouse School of Communications at Syracuse University.
Boston University School of Law, 2017, J.D.
Syracuse University, 2014, B.S., Advertising, magna cum laude