Attorney Kelley Boller Grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio where she attended Walnut Hills High School. The law is in her blood. Her father and siblings are all attorneys and, much as it was for them, Kelley’s future as an attorney was fueled by passion. She earned her J.D. from the University of Dayton and was drawn to family law, particularly issues pertaining to divorce and child custody. Although Kelley has many hobbies and enjoys art and traveling, she loves her job and is known for making herself as accessible as possible for her clients. She understands that, even while she may be far from home, her clients need her, which why she often returns emails and phone calls even while on vacation.
Kelley listens to her client’s concerns and seeks to find and affordable and effective legal method for each case she handles. You can rely on her for honest, straightforward communication and tailored legal solutions.
- B.A. Political Science – University of Cincinnati
- J.D. – University of Dayton
- M.B.A. – Xavier University
- Completed all coursework for Ph.D., Division of Criminal Justice, University of Cincinnati
- Member of the Ohio Bar, admitted to practice law November, 1996
- United States District Court – Southern District of Ohio, 2007
- 2003-2006 University Graduate Assistantship, University of Cincinnati - Criminal Justice Department
- 2002-2006 University Graduate Scholarship, University of Cincinnati - Criminal Justice Department
- 1995 American Jurisprudence Award in Criminal Law
- Randall, V., Giess S., Boller K., Tinkler C., Bayless S., Romero C., Henry S., Whipple C. (1996). Section 1115 Medicaid Waivers: Critiquing the State Applications. Seton Hall Law Review 26, 1069-1142.
Professional Speaking Events
- Boller, K., Ramsey, R., Frank, J. "Wrongful Convictions: Theoretical Explanations for Differing Perceptions of Criminal Justice Actors." Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Chicago, Illinois, 2005.
- Boller, K. “Conceptualizing Criminal Justice Theory and Beyond...” American Society of Criminology, Denver, Colorado, November, 2003.
- Randall, V., Giess S., Boller K., Tinkler C., Bayless S., Romero C., Henry S., Whipple C. “Medicaid Managed Care: Symposium on Consumer Protection in Managed Care: Mechanisms of Consumer Protection--The Marketplace and Regulation: Section 1115 Medicaid Waivers: Critiquing the State Applications.” Symposium on Consumer Protection in Managed Care, Seton Hall University School of Law, November 17, 1995.
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