Kelley Holland focuses her practice on construction, environmental and complex commercial litigation in both state and federal courts. With her experience on both sides of litigation, at law firms and clerkships in district and appellate courts, she is able to represent our diverse clients, including individuals, businesses, partnerships and corporations in commercial disputes.

Kelley Holland focuses her practice on construction, environmental and complex commercial litigation in both state and federal courts. With her experience on both sides of litigation, at law firms and clerkships in district and appellate courts, she is able to represent our diverse clients, including individuals, businesses, partnerships and corporations in commercial disputes.

Kelley joined the firm after completing a judicial clerkship with the Honorable D. Arthur Kelsey of the Court of Appeals of Virginia, prior to his appointment to the Supreme Court of Virginia. As a law clerk, she conducted substantive legal research, writing and analysis in the areas of criminal law, domestic relations, workers’ compensation, and administrative law.

Kelley is a member of the Virginia State Bar, licensed to practice in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia and a member of the Norfolk Portsmouth Bar and the American Bar Association.

Kelley currently resides in the City of Norfolk. The oldest of five children, Kelley originates from the small town of Windsor, Virginia and is thankful for the constant support of her large family. Before going to law school, she taught Spanish and English to high school and middle school students. She also served as a coach for a variety of varsity and junior varsity sports teams.

Kelley earned her J.D. from the Regent University School of Law and a B.A. in English with a minor in Spanish from the University of Virginia. She also spent a summer abroad studying at the University of Valencia in Spain.