Karen L. Kellett obtained her B.B.A. from Texas A&M University, where she graduated summa cum laude in 1984, and her law degree from the University of Texas, where she graduated with honors in 1987. Ms. Kellett was an attorney at Thompson & Knight from 1987-1994. She represented, among others, NYSE clients in commercial bankruptcy and insolvency proceedings and litigation, including representing Southmark Corporation and Amdura Corporation in their Chapter 11 bankruptcies. In 1994, Ms. Kellett joined The Associates as Vice President and Assistant General Counsel, where she was bankruptcy strategist and litigation manager for consumer-financial-services litigation. While at the Associates, Ms. Kellett primarily was responsible for consumer class-action litigation involving state and federal lending laws, including bankruptcy laws, in suits filed throughout the country.
Ms. Kellett opened her own law firm in 2000 and formed Armstrong Kellett Bartholow PLLC in 2010. Ms. Kellett and Mr. Bartholow formed Kellett & Bartholow PLLC in 2015. Ms. Kellett has concentrated her practice in consumer and commercial bankruptcies and consumer and financial-services individual and class-action litigation. She has successfully represented numerous plaintiffs in bankruptcy and in other consumer-protection suits against national creditors in multiple venues.
Ms. Kellett has also served on local, state, and national bar committees and practice-group associations and writes and speaks frequently on bankruptcy and financial-services issues.Alpha Lambda Delta; Beta Gamma Sigma. Member, Board of Advocates.
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