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Kelly E. Kane
Kelly is an associate in the Construction Practice Group, where she represents a variety of owners, suppliers and contractors in civil and commercial construction disputes.
Kelly graduated from Michigan State University College of Law, magna cum laude. While in law school, Kelly was an Assistant Articles Editor for the Michigan State University International Law Review, and was a member of the Geoffrey Fieger Trial Practice Institute, a two-year litigation-focused certificate program. Kelly also served as a student clerk in the Corporate Oversight Division for the Michigan Department of Attorney General, where she aided attorneys in the prosecution of violations of the Michigan Consumer Protection Act and Public Health Code. Kelly’s student note, The Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River Basin Agreement: What Happens in the Great Lakes Won’t Stay in the Great Lakes, was also published in the Michigan State International Law Review in 2017.
Prior to attending law school, Kelly graduated with honors from the University of Guelph, in Ontario, Canada. Upon receiving her Bachelor’s degree, Kelly accepted a position as a human resources assistant at the Sunset Produce, the largest greenhouse produce grower in North America. While working at Sunset, Kelly was responsible for recruitment, training, workers compensation, and employee relations at the Canadian headquarters.