Chelsea began working for Koffel Brininger Nesbitt as a paralegal while applying to law school. Upon her acceptance into Capital University Law School, she continued to work full-time for Koffel Brininger Nesbitt. She also worked as a Staff Member for the Capital University Law Review, volunteered with the Columbus Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service, and interned in the Capital University General Litigation Clinic.
Chelsea graduated Magna Cum Laude from Capital University Law School with Pro Bono Legal Honors and a concentration in Criminal Litigation. For over five years, she has been working daily in Franklin County Municipal Court where she has established relationships with every judge, bailiff, and prosecutor.
Chelsea is originally from New Ipswich, New Hampshire. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from the University of Connecticut. In her spare time, Chelsea enjoys kayaking, camping, and playing volleyball.
What Her Clients Have to Say:
Chelsea, Just wanted to say thanks again for all of your work on my case. Outcome exceeded all expectations I had going into it, so very much appreciated. - M.