Kelsey focuses her practice on U.S. federal and international tax matters involved in acquisition, disposition, restructuring and financing transactions, including creating and implementing tax-efficient structures, as well as advising private investment funds on formation and cross-border transactions. Kelsey also counsels on tax issues of real estate investments trusts (REITS) and real estate mortgage investment conduits (REMICS).
Kelsey previously served as a summer associate for the firm where she focused on corporate M&A and taxation.
While at USC Law, Kelsey served as Technology Editor for the South Carolina Law Review, a tutor for legal research and writing classes, and a legal research assistant. Kelsey graduated Order of the Coif (top 10 percent), and was the recipient of the Arthur B. Custy Tax Law Award and numerous CALI awards.
While at NYU Law, Kelsey focused her studies on the taxation of corporations, partnerships, mergers and acquisitions, and executive compensation.