Keilembo D. Ellison
Keilembo graduated from Mitchell Hamline School of Law magna cum laude. In law school he excelled in various classes evidenced by multiple CALI awards, receiving a nomination for a writing award, and making the Deans List several semesters. Also during law school, Keilembo performed an externship with Legal Aid Society's Senior Unit, which eventually turned into a work-study position, helping disadvantaged senior citizens maneuver through Social Security's and the Minnesota Department of Human Service's complex administrative processes. Keilembo also clerked for Minnesota Court of Appeals Judge Francis J. Connolly, while in law school.
Keilembo focuses his practice in the areas of employment law, estate planning/probate law, and criminal law (including appeals). In the area of employment law, Keilembo has experience with various types of discrimination matters, wage and hour issues, as well as contract matters, separation agreements, and other employment related issues.
As an estate planner, Keilembo helps clients determine the best plan for them based on their economic, family, and health situation. Keilembo will also help clients navigate the probate court system, which can be daunting and stressful, especially after the loss of a loved one. Regardless of your situation, it is important to speak with an experienced attorney to help reduce confusion and stress for your loved ones when those inevitably difficult circumstances arise.
Keilembo represents individuals charged with various crimes and helps ensure their rights and liberties are being protected. Keilembo will help reduce the stress of your encounter with the criminal justice system by advocating for your rights to the fullest extent possible.