Kelly Stevenson is an Associate Attorney at The Hughes Firm.
Ms. Stevenson earned her law degree from Drexel University’s Kline School of Law, where she concentrated in criminal law.
During law school, Ms. Stevenson worked with criminal defense organizations across the country, handling both trial and appellate matters. Since her first summer working on complex death penalty cases with the California Appellate Project in San Francisco, she has worked with the Pennsylvania Innocence Project, the Legal Aid Society of Westchester, New York, and the Defender Association of Philadelphia, where she zealously represented clients in a number of criminal cases.
Ms. Stevenson was a Staff Editor for the Drexel Law Review and a Teaching Fellow with the Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project. Prior to earning her law degree, Ms. Stevenson earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Arcadia University.
Currently, Ms. Stevenson is representing clients in state and federal court on matters ranging from drug trafficking and complex white collar fraud investigations to appellate work on state level homicide cases. Her passionate approach and excellent writing skills make her a strong addition to The Hughes Firm.