Kelsey Estabrook Williams is an Attorney Director for Themis Bar Review, one of the bar prep providers that assist law grads in passing the bar. Her job affords her flexibility, travel, and the ability to stay up to date on law school policies and the law. Kelsey graduated from the University of Oregon School of Law in 2016. She is a graduate of the University of Montana where she earned dual degrees in human biology and psychology. During her legal education, Kelsey worked at the Oregon Department of Justice, the United States Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., and Western Environmental Law Center (WELC) in the Montana office. She has focused primarily on the Clean Water Act, CERCLA, and the Endangered Species Act, most notably to assist in the protection of wolves in the western landscape. Following graduation, Kelsey worked as a personal injury attorney in the Flathead Valley for about one year. When not traveling to law schools throughout the country, Kelsey enjoys hiking with her dog Luna, playing beach and indoor volleyball, snowboarding, practicing yoga, and drawing.