Kelsey M. Stricker

Kelsey M. Stricker


Loyola Marymount University (B.B.A., 2011)
University of Chicago Law School (J.D., 2014)


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Kelsey Stricker focuses her practice on the defense of consumer class actions and complex commercial litigation.

Kelsey has successfully defended clients in cases involving California’s false advertising, unfair competition, and consumer protection laws and the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. She also has experience litigating business disputes involving claims of trade secret misappropriation and breach of contract.

Kelsey has litigated cases in state and federal courts, including examining two key defense witnesses in a state court jury trial, resulting in a verdict in the client’s favor.

Kelsey writes for the firm’s Class Dismissed blog (, helping our consumer-facing clients stay abreast of the latest news, developments, and trends that impact their business operations.

Kelsey maintains an active pro bono practice, including representing students with disabilities in a class action alleging discrimination under the Americans with Disabilities Act. She received the Wiley W. Manual Award for Pro Bono Legal Services from the State Bar of California in 2014 and 2015.

Kelsey received her J.D. from The University of Chicago Law School, where she was a legal intern in the International Human Rights Clinic. She holds a B.B.A., summa cum laude, with a concentration in Business Law, and a minor in Women’s Studies from Loyola Marymount University.

In her spare time, Kelsey enjoys hiking and photographing nature throughout California.

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