Lauren J. Kelleher graduated cum laude from the Georgetown University Law Center in 2016. At Georgetown she was a member of the Appellate Litigation Clinic and an editor of the American Criminal Law Review, for which she authored the note “Out on Bail: What New York Can Learn from D.C. About Solving A Money Bail Problem.”
During law school Lauren spent her first summer litigating employment discrimination, disability accommodation, and prisoners’ rights issues at the Texas Civil Rights Project, and her second summer working on consumer protection class action litigation at Public Justice in D.C.
Lauren graduated with a degree in journalism from Northwestern University in 2011. At Northwestern, she was part of a team of students whose work resulted in the exoneration of a man serving a life sentence in Illinois prison. Before law school Lauren spent two years working on prisoners’ rights litigation at the Prison Law Office in Berkeley, California.
Following her fellowship at Tycko & Zavareei Lauren will clerk for the Honorable Terrence Berg of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.