Kelley J. Halliburton is an attorney in the litigation, construction, and government contracts groups at Shapiro, Lifschitz & Schram. She has extensive experience in all aspects of electronic discovery, including managing significant volumes of electronically stored information (ESI) utilizing various electronic review platforms and litigation support systems, and manages the firm’s electronic discovery department.
Her experience includes work on power and energy construction disputes, construction contract disputes, medical products liability, and antitrust litigation. She has been involved in a variety of anti-competitive practices cases including work for one of the four major players in the credit card industry. In addition, Kelley has worked on the defense team representing a major client against a group of large retail merchants. Her extensive research and analytical capabilities enables her to digest large volumes of complex information and organize and present it in a proficient and effective manner. She is focused and articulate while striving to provide clients with optimally organized and coordinated data ensuring the most efficient workflow.
Kelley has an investigative mind and is passionate about systematically and methodically exploring ideas, options and alternatives, weighing them carefully and providing well-reasoned advice. During law school, Kelley was on the editorial staff of the Federal Communications Law Journal (FCLJ), the official journal of the Federal Communications Bar Association. This position fostered Kelley’s interest in critical analysis and effective communication of issues and ideas.
As an ardent sports fan, Kelley worked in the sports information field at Iowa State University, the University of Florida, and Indiana State University. She is an avid fan of Manchester United and the Green Bay Packers and was a cross-country runner in high school and college.
- Maurer School of Law, Indiana University – Bloomington, J.D., 2005
- Iowa State University, B.S., 1995
- Shapiro Lifschitz & Schram wins favorable settlement for client Foulger-Pratt in Silver Spring Transit Center litigation
- Celebrating 25 years of serving clients with experience, passion and solutions
- New Amendments to Federal E-Discovery Rules May Reduce Litigation Costs
- Business litigant sanctioned for failing to properly preserve and produce audio data
- District of Columbia, 2006
- Indiana, inactive, 2005
- Co-author, “Parameters of the Attorney-Client Privilege,” Construction Executive, February 2014
- American Bar Association - Forum on Construction Law