Stafford Rosenbaum LLP has named Eileen M. Kelley to partner. Eileen practices in the firm’s Madison office.
A significant portion of Eileen’s current practice involves real estate transactions including advising developers and municipalities on purchase and development agreements. She advises landlords and tenants in lease negotiation and enforcement matters. Eileen also represents clients in general business matters including the formation, acquisition, and sale of businesses.
Eileen also devotes substantial time to the areas of estate planning, marital property, and probate and trust administration. Eileen takes an individualized approach to estate planning and is committed to helping her clients identify, develop, and efficiently achieve their goals. She also provides representation to beneficiaries in resolving conflicts that arise during probate and trust administration.
“Eileen has demonstrated an incredible ability to serve our current clients and recruit new ones. When she joined the firm, we saw the wealth of experience she brought with her and the incredible potential ahead of her,” said Chris Hughes, managing partner of Stafford Rosenbaum LLP.
Beyond representing and supporting clients, Eileen contributes to the field and community. She is a member of the Wisconsin Lawyers’ Fund for Client Protection Committee and the Development Committee of the Madison Children’s Museum. She is also a regular volunteer at Camp Anokijig.
Eileen graduated with her bachelor’s degree from Vanderbilt University, magna cum laude, and obtained her J.D. at the University of Wisconsin Law School, cum laude.
“Being named partner is a big step in Eileen’s career. We are certain she is more than ready to succeed in this new role,” said Hughes.