Kelly A. Broadbent is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the United States District Court: District of Massachusetts. She has been practicing law since 2004. Her practice focuses on Bankruptcy, Criminal Law, Traffic Defense, Personal Injury and general Civil Litigation. Attorney Broadbent was born and raised in Grafton, Massachusetts. She attended the Grafton School System and graduated from Grafton High School in 1997. Attorney Broadbent continued her education at Boston University, where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art History and Sociology. While at Boston University, Attorney Broadbent was a founding member of Theater for Engineers, an atypical theatre group dedicated to bringing the performing arts to students with more rigorous class schedules. In addition, Attorney Broadbent performed regularly in Worcester, Massachusetts and Ogunquit, Maine with Booth Productions, a local theatre group. Attorney Broadbent was employed at the Tsai Performance Center, where she worked with clients such as Julia Child, Warren Miller Films, and HBO to bring performing arts and culture to students at Boston University.
Attorney Broadbent attended Rutgers University School of Law in Camden, New Jersey, earning her law degree in 2004. At Rutgers, Attorney Broadbent was active in the Sports and Entertainment Law Society. She served as both Vice President of Entertainment and Treasurer during her time in law school. Attorney Broadbent was employed during law school at the Law Office of John A. Klamo, P.C. as a law clerk, where she actively participated in all aspects of pretrial preparation.
Following law school, Attorney Broadbent practiced law in Cambridge, Massachusetts as a Litigation Associate. In that position, she focused on personal injury, civil litigation, family law, criminal defense and traffic defense.
Attorney Broadbent values her life experiences and uses them to her clients' benefit when practicing law. Dedication, teamwork, and persistence are some of the attributes she developed from her education and legal experiences.