Jessica G. Kelly is an experienced litigator who helps clients resolve complex business, real estate, and professional malpractice disputes and disciplinary investigations.
Ms. Kelly is a partner in the firm’s Litigation Department and is chair of the firm’s pro bono practice. She assists clients in a variety of industries with complex business litigation, including finance, biotech, and national retail. She also assists clients in real estate title, permitting, and environmental matters, as well as disputes arising from the purchase and sale of property. Jessica also represents lawyers and law firms in professional liability malpractice disputes and disciplinary investigations before the BBO.
Before law school, Jessica worked as a Victim Witness Advocate for the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office. After law school, Jessica was law clerk to the Hon. Donald G. Alexander, Maine Supreme Judicial Court. She is conversant in Spanish and has completed seven Boston marathons, as well as the New York City, Washington D.C., and Chicago marathons. She ran the 2018 Boston Marathon for My Life My Choice and the 2016 Boston Marathon for the Martin Richard Foundation.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jessica Gray Kelly
The National Law Review recognizes Sherin and Lodgen as a Go-To Thought Leader for the firm’s reporting on Massachusetts' COVID-19 response. The attorneys at Sherin Lodgen provide analysis of statewide orders from the Governor and Commonwealth agencies attempting to stop the spread of Coronavirus, they provide guidance on how businesses can best comply with these orders. News areas that resonated with NLR readers include articles on: the Massachusetts eviction and foreclosure moratorium act; a new business interruption insurance bill filed in the Commonwealth legislature and what Massachusetts hotel owners need to know about COVID-19 Essential Services Orders. The following Sherin Lodgen attorney authors were notable for their Massachusetts Coronavirus coverage: Andrew E. Bensson, Joshua M. Bowman, Jessica Gray Kelly, Thomas A. Hippler and Joseph Y. Wang.