Kelly is a partner in the firm’s litigation group. She focuses on the representation of businesses and governmental entities in high-profile cases in the state and federal courts. Through the years, Kelly has handled a variety of high-stakes matters, including merger challenges, conspiracy and commercial fraud actions, contract disputes, fiduciary duty cases, aviation accident proceedings, bidder and contractor disputes, public ordinance and election challenges, Voting Rights Act cases, and constitutional litigation. She also has experience defending individuals and companies in while-collar criminal investigations and prosecutions.
Kelly handles cases at all levels of the litigation process, from alternative dispute resolution, to trial, to appeal. She is married to Judge R.K. Sandill of Texas’s 127th Civil District Court.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Kelly Sandill