Kelsey Shroyer's practice involves complex civil litigation matters, and she represents clients in investor-state arbitration before the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID).
Kelsey has experience with many aspects of litigation, including supervising electronic discovery, preparing for depositions, and drafting pleadings and motions while representing large pharmaceutical manufacturers in multistate class actions and state civil investigations.
Kelsey is dedicated to pro bono service, and as part of Jones Day's Constitutional Policing and Civil Justice Reform Initiative, she helps to represent prisoners and detainees in civil rights actions against state actors, including in a federal Section 1983 case. She has also assisted with representation of victims of human trafficking and has advocated for U.S. Treasury and Department of State sanctions against perpetrators under the Global Magnitsky Act.
Prior to joining Jones Day, Kelsey served in the federal government for eight years where she worked on fraud detection and national security matters for the Department of Homeland Security, adjudicating refugee and asylum applications, and served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Rwanda.
- The George Washington University (J.D. with honors 2019); Seattle University (B.Sc. 2010)
- District of Columbia
- Served with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in the following positions: Fraud Detection and National Security Immigration Officer (2017-2019) and Asylum Officer, Citizenship and Immigration Services (2015-2017)