Kelly Kline Esq.
New York Personal Injury Lawyer
I graduated from Washingtonville High School in 2010. I then attended the State University of New York at New Paltz where I earned my Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science with a Minor in Law & Politics. I then graduated with my law degree from Albany Law School of Union College in 2017. While at Albany I competed and was a finalist in a number of the Anthony V. Cardona Moot Court Program Competitions. I was also the Vice President of the Criminal Law Society, made Dean’s List and worked as a Law Clerk for the Schenectady County Public Defender’s Office.
- New York State
- Second Department Appellate Division
- State University of New York, New Paltz, NY, BA in Political Science
- Albany Law School of Union College, JD
Growing up in Washingtonville, New York, I watched my mother, a graduate of Columbia University and a Registered Psychiatric Nurse, work extremely hard to support my sister and me. Her dedication to overcome and accomplish the impossible gave me the outlook on life that anything is possible.
What I love the most about my job here at Sobo & Sobo are the people I work with. We are a team. We are a support system for one another. Although we come from different backgrounds and live different lives outside of these walls, when we are here everyone is working towards the same goal. We are all here to help our clients when they need us the most.
I became an attorney because I wanted a career where I can help people and make an impact on their lives. This area of law is very challenging not only procedurally, but physically and mentally upon a defendant, their family and their attorney. Working at the Schenectady Public Defender’s office throughout law school and now being apart of Sobo & Sobo, I am given the opportunity to help people during difficult times in their lives.
I approach each personal injury case differently. This is because not everyone who comes to us is the same. The first thing I do is speak with the client. I want to know everything about what happened and how I can help. The accidents that our clients get into are often debilitating to their everyday lives. I want to be able to make someone feel whole again. This is why communication is a key aspect to every case I handle.