Kelsey Brudvig is a Collins & Lacy shareholder practicing in the areas of retail & hospitality law and professional liability. She defends national and regional leaders in the retail, hospitality, and entertainment sectors doing business in South Carolina in claims involving premises liability, loss prevention, food adulteration, third party torts, and alcohol liability. Kelsey is also involved in matters pertaining to ADA issues and licensure and other administrative decisions of state regulatory agencies.
Kelsey received her undergraduate degree at the University of Kentucky and earned her Juris Doctor, magna cum laude, at the Charleston School of Law. Prior to joining Collins & Lacy, Kelsey served as a staff attorney at the South Carolina Supreme Court.
Bar & Court Admissions
- South Carolina
- Young Lawyers Division
- South Carolina Women Lawyers Association
Awards & Recognition
- CALI Excellence for the Future Award
- Civil Procedure (2011)
- Contracts II (2012)
- Legal Research Analysis and Writing II (2012)
Professional, Civic, & Community Involvement
Papers & Publications
- "A Recent Administrative Law Court's Order Could Jeopardize Late-Night Establishments," South Carolina Retail Hospitality Blog, June 2018