Kelsey Fayer is an associate in the firm’s Litigation Department, focusing her practice on commercial litigation. She has strong interests in telecom, technology, and privacy. 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 forebearance.
University of Colorado Law School. (J.D. 2021)
Editor-in-Chief, Colorado Technology Law Journal
Order of the Coif
University of Georgia (B.A., Philosophy and Linguistics, summa cum laude, 2017)
Phi Beta Kappa