Shaun Kelley is a former United States Marine Corps Sergeant and a two-tour Iraq War veteran. He served as a helicopter crew chief and machine-gunner during the initial invasion of Iraq in 2003 and later during the 2004 battle of Fallujah known as Operation Phantom Fury. He has held management positions in the private sector, including as an assistant manager of a large retail store that generated nearly $150,000 per week in revenue. He also worked as a general contractor before becoming a lawyer. His vast array of knowledge from his varied background gives Shaun a unique perspective which he uses to assist his clients.
Shaun works heavily in municipal law. He has experience in drafting ordinances, contracts, policies, and employment manuals. He has rendered advice at council and planning commission meetings for various municipalities. He has been involved in high-profile litigation concerning the Village of New Haven and the City of Mount Clemens.
Shaun also performs transactional work involving commercial and residential real estate and nonprofit corporations. Additionally, his practice includes personal injury and civil rights litigation, as well as insurance defense.
Shaun graduated from Lakeview High School in Saint Clair Shores in 2000. After he was honorably discharged from the Marine Corps in 2005, he attended California State University where he graduated with a BA in Political Science. He graduated magna cum laude from Western Michigan University Thomas Cooley Law School in 2014. He interned at Sommers Schwartz, PC. He is admitted to the State Bar of Michigan.