Kelly says he handles health-care transactional and regulatory work, representing hospitals, health systems, medical groups and other health-care providers. He says he was contacted by Jones Day, which is expanding its health-care practice nationwide and needed an attorney with his experience in Texas.
“I had an opportunity in Texas to work with a great practice group,” he says. “It looked like a good fit for them and me.”
Before joining Jones Day, he was a partner in Norton Rose Fulbright in Dallas. Kelly says he started working at Fulbright & Jaworski, predecessor to Norton Rose, in 1993.
Kelly, who received his J.D. from Southern Methodist University School of Law in 1988, says he started his legal career at Law, Snakard & Gambill in Fort Worth.
— Mary Alice Robbins
Robbins is an Austin-based freelance writer and a former Texas Lawyer senior reporter.