Bryan Kelly Esq.
Personal Injury Lawyer
I attended Sage College of Albany and received a BS in Law and Society with a focus on Legal Research. During my time there I was captain of the Sage Cross Country team and was also an Orientation Leader. I was also given the opportunity to work in the New York State Senate, which helped me understand where laws were made and how to develop a legal mind for different forms of legislation. I attended Pace Law School where I participated on the Advocacy Honor Board as well as Pace’s Intellectual Property and Sports and Entertainment Law Forum, where I was published.
- 2018 New York
- 2014 Sage College of Albany, NY, BS
- 2017 Pace Law School, NY, JD
Professional Associations and Memberships:
- 2017 New York State Bar Association
- 2018 Orange County Bar Association
I became a lawyer to become an advocate for those who could not advocate for themselves. Throughout my life, I always wanted to be the voice for those who could not speak for themselves. Several of the members in my family have served in the legal field and they have also demonstrated the ability to advocate for those in need, protect those in need, and work to help those in need. To have a role in the same profession as them was something I had wished to pursue from a very young age.
My first experience in the legal field was when I participated in the New Visions Program in Orange County during my senior year of high school (in Warwick, New York). While in this program I was given a chance to work in several different fields including the judiciary, legal field, and law enforcement. This program was able to show me what life was like for attorneys, police officers, and judges throughout Orange County, which helped solidify my career choice.
I love that my job at Sobo & Sobo is unpredictable. Many people believe that personal injury cases are solely about motor vehicle accidents or slip and fall incidents, however, that is not the case in most circumstances. In addition to the legal aspects of our cases, we have an obligation to make sure our clients’ needs are addressed, and help them become whole again.