Kelsey Feehan graduated from Boston College Law School in 2016, where she achieved designation in the Public Interest Program and the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Pro Bono Honor Roll. Before joining the Bronx Defenders, Kelsey served as a Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Ramona Santiago, J.S.C., in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Essex Vicinage. While in law school, Kelsey worked as a Teaching Assistant for Torts and Civil Rights Professor Catharine Wells, and served on the Executive Boards of the Public Interest Law Foundation and the Black Law Students Association. She also externed at the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center and, in conjunction with the BCLS Human Rights Semester in Practice, at the Committee for Public Counsel Services Somerville Superior Court Office. Kelsey spent her summers at the Urban Justice Center’s Safety Net Project supporting public benefits and housing defense, and at the Center for Constitutional Rights Guantánamo Global Justice Initiative. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Fordham University, and is highly proficient in Spanish.