Kelsey L. Campbell

Kelsey L. Campbell is an Associate of Boucher LLP in the firm’s San Francisco office.  Kelsey’s litigation practice is focused on representing individuals in complex civil litigation, including coordinated proceedings and mass tort litigation in both state and federal court.

Kelsey represents survivors of childhood sexual abuse, seeking to hold the responsible institutions accountable.  As part of this work, she represents survivors appointed to the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors in several bankruptcy actions.  Kelsey also represents former NCAA Division I and Olympic women athletes harmed by a long-time abusive coach at the University of California.

Kelsey was selected as a Northern California Rising Star by Super Lawyers Magazine for 2023 and 2024.  She is also included among the National Trial Lawyers’ Top 40 Under 40 Civil Plaintiff for California.  Kelsey is a member of the bar of California and the District of Columbia.

Before becoming an attorney, Kelsey served in foreign policy positions in the federal government for over a decade.  She held posts in the Middle East, South Asia, the Pentagon, and served on engagements in the Asia Pacific, Central America, and South America.  She is a distinguished graduate of the Defense Language Institute and a former Presidential Management Fellow.

Kelsey earned a J.D. from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law, where she was a Patiño Fellow and the Editor-in-Chief of Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly.  Kelsey has a Master’s in International Affairs from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs.

Kelsey’s work has been featured in the San Francisco Chronicle, the Washington Post, and Law360.

A former ocean lifeguard and triathlete, Kelsey now enjoys hiking, cycling, road trips, and rock and roll.