Kelsey Fayer

Kelsey A. Fayer


Kelsey Fayer is a Business and Transactions associate, focusing her practice on privacy and data security. Kelsey provides strategic counsel across various industries, ensuring compliance and mitigating risks associated with data processing and protection. Continuously monitoring swiftly evolving consumer privacy regulations, she recognizes that pivotal business strategy and achievement hinge on crafting a thorough privacy program that aligns with the intricate network of state, federal, and global privacy statutes. Additionally, Kelsey leverages her experience with privacy compliance to help companies comply with state sweepstakes, contest, giveaway, and lottery laws. While in law school, she researched legal precedent concerning privacy, including due process challenges to automated decision making, drafted memos about pandemic-related concerns in education and deepfake legislation, and surveyed circuit splits regarding First Amendment challenges to privacy laws.

Kelsey served as a student attorney at the Samuelson-Glushko Technology Law and Policy Clinic in Boulder from August 2019 through January 2021, where she drafted and handled comments and ex partes in the FCC docket. As a legal intern at the FCC in Washington D.C., she conducted legal research on broadband wiring, numbering, and forbearance.

Professional Highlights

Professional Activities

University of Colorado Law School, Research Assistant, Prof. Margot Kaminski, August 2019-October 2021



University of Colorado Law School. (J.D. 2021)
Editor-in-Chief, Colorado Technology Law Journal
President, Silicon Flatirons Student Group
National Telecommunications and Technology Moot Court Competition
Order of the Coif

University of Georgia (B.A., summa cum laude, 2017)
Phi Beta Kappa