Kelli Lady began the Office Services Department at Wiles Boyle in 2002. After graduating from The Ohio State University in 2004, she realized how much she enjoyed the legal aspect of the justice system and began working as a legal assistant in the litigation and public law groups. In 2014, she took it one step further and accepted a paralegal position.
After 13 years of working in litigation, Kelli still enjoys many aspects of it, specifically discovery, and recently started working toward a certification in e-discovery. Much of the litigation work where Kelli assists, involves defending municipal subdivisions, its officials, and employees, as well as auto-accident insurance defense.
Kelli also enjoys criminal prosecution. She has spent nearly 10 years assisting with prosecution cases in several counties for municipalities represented by Isaac Wiles.
In her spare time, Kelli takes courses and attends seminars to better assist domestic violence victims and works part-time as a Clerk of Court for a small village in Licking County. When she isn’t focusing on work, Kelli is an avid soccer fan and player, traveler, and music enthusiast.