Associate attorney Kelly Wilson focuses her practice solely in the areas of criminal defense, OVI/DUI and traffic matters. While in both private practice and as an associate attorney Kelly has represented clients throughout northern Ohio, including nearly every county and municipal court in the greater Cleveland and Akron Metropolitan areas.
Kelly attended The University of Mount Union in Alliance, Ohio graduating summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in History. While at Mount Union she was the recipient of the McMaster Drushal Prize, awarded to the top scholar in the junior class, in addition to the John E. and Helen W. Saffell History Prize, Fishel History Prize and Glenn E. Scott Prize in Paleontology.
Kelly was the recipient of a full tuition scholarship to Cleveland Marshall College of Law where she earned her Juris Doctorate, graduating magna cum laude. While at Cleveland Marshall, she was a member of the Dean’s List during multiple semesters and served as a Managing editor and associate on Cleveland State Law Review. Her note, Catching the Unique Rabbit: Why Pets Should be Reclassified as Inimitable Property Under the Law, was selected for publication. She earned the Cali high “A” award in her Property and Antitrust Law courses.
Kelly was also selected as a fellow in the Housing Court Law Clinic where she assisted persons charged with housing code violations by the City of Cleveland. After passing the Ohio Bar Exam, Kelly clerked for a local attorney in private practice assisting him with all stages in the representation process.