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Licensed in State of Texas
United States District Court for the Northern, Southern, Eastern, and Western Districts of Texas
United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals
Kelley L. Kalchthaler has devoted her legal practice to the representation of public schools and other public entities. Her practice covers a broad array of legal issues ranging from employment law, constitutional law, construction law, litigation, contractual matters, and special education law. Through her litigation work, Kelley has helped create favorable law for public schools, and she has successfully represented public schools against a wide range of claims in both state and federal court.
While in law school, Kelley participated in mock trial, clerked at the Texas Association of School Boards, and served as an editor for The Review of Litigation. She was also inducted into the Order of Barristers, a national honor society for law students who have demonstrated outstanding ability in oral advocacy.
Kelley also brings an in-depth understanding to her work with a background as an educator for the Plano Independent School District prior to going to law school, teaching both math and English as a second or other language.
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