Elizabeth A. Kelly

Chief Human Resources Officer

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Beth Kelly joined the firm in March 2009.  She is responsible for leading and developing the firm’s human resources strategies.  Her primary focus is in the areas of organization development, employee relations, compensation, training and development and staff utilization.

For five years prior to joining the firm, Beth was President of HR Alliance Group, Inc.  In that capacity, she and her firm consulted to law firms and other organizations on a wide range of human resources issues.  She has also held the role of Executive Vice President at Prestonwood Associates, and was previously the Director of Human Resources at Goodwin
Procter LLP.  

Beth is a member of several firm Committees.  She is an active member of the Northeast Human Resources Association where she has led the organization’s Program Committee and served as Chair of their Annual Conference for several years.  Beth is also an active member of the Society of Human Resource Management, the HR Leadership Forum, the New England Employee Benefit Council and the Association of Legal Administrators.  She is a frequent speaker to numerous groups on issues relating to human resource strategy and organizational change.

Beth attended the University of New Hampshire and Framingham State College. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and a Minor in Economics.



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