Kelsey is the chair of the Business Law group at Bingham Law. A member of the New Brunswick Bar since 2000, Kelsey has experience providing legal advice to businesses – and the people who run businesses – across a diverse range of industries. Her practice focuses on business financing, mergers and acquisitions, commercial real estate and leasing, and both the formation and restructure of corporations and joint ventures. She also works closely with tax, estate planning and accounting professionals in matters of trusts, estate planning and business transition.

Kelsey received her undergraduate degree in Honours Translation from the University of Ottawa before obtaining her law degree from the Université de Moncton. She practices in both English and French.

In May 2014, Kelsey was chosen to be part of the 7th Entrepreneurial Leaders Program with the Wallace McCain Institute at the University of New Brunswick, a program designed to give high potential entrepreneurs what they need to succeed. As a Partner at Bingham Law offering services to local, regional and national businesses, Kelsey has extensive knowledge of legal requirements of new entrepreneurs and existing businesses. The additional insight and experience that Kelsey will gain from the Entrepreneurial Leaders Program will be a valuable asset to her and her new and existing clients.

Kelsey has been recognized in LEXPERTS Big Deals column for her work in commercial financing and teaches the next generation of lawyers at the Law Society of New Brunswick Bar Admissions Course. She served on council for the Law Society of New Brunswick from 2002-2006, co-chairs the Canadian Bar Association (NB Branch) Continuing Legal Education Committee and is vice-chair of the Moncton Planning Advisory Committee.

Kelsey is a 3rd generation lawyer and has big shoes to fill following in her father’s footsteps, but has proven herself up to the challenge. Outside of work, Kelsey also likes to challenge herself and has hiked to the summit of Mount Fuji and hiked the Inca Trail to Macchu Pichu, Peru. She loves to travel and has lived abroad in both Liège and Brussels, Belgium and Osaka, Japan.

She is deeply engaged in the community through her commitments to the Moncton Rotary Club, Central United Church, Family and Early Childhood Anglophone East Inc., Moncton Bilingualism Committee, Moncton Planning Advisory Committee, Canadian Bar Association NB Branch and Law Society of New Brunswick. Kelsey is a member of the Moncton Area Lawyers' Association, the Association des juristes d'expression française du Nouveau Brunswick, the Canadian Bar Association and the Law Society of New Brunswick.

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