Saint Louis University School of Law,
University of Massachusetts,
Thompson Coburn LLP;
Loss Prevention Counsel, 2021-Present
Chelsea is serving as Loss Prevention Counsel at the Firm. She actively assists with new client openings, compliance with the rules of ethics and helps the Firm implement effective loss prevention protocols.
Chelsea's work involves utilizing her knowledge of legal/ethical issues to safeguard the Firm's clients and attorneys to ensure planned conduct complies with legal ethical rules and other applicable laws.
Chelsea collaborates with the Firm's general counsel and assistant general counsel to help ensure newly hired attorneys transition into their roles within the firm smoothly. She identifies actual and potential conflicts of interest between new and existing firm clients and Firm employees and works through any ethical issues that may arise. Chelsea reviews external marketing content and collateral to maintain compliance with ethical rules.
Prior to joining the Firm, Chelsea was an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney in St. Louis County, Missouri and then in St. Charles County, Missouri where she specialized in the prosecution of domestic violence cases.
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