Kelly Donahue joined CHP as a Summer Associate in 2016, and she now works as a Law Clerk while completing her third year at George Washington University Law School. Kelly supports the firm’s clients in a variety of matters, including art law, advocacy, and UNESCO World Heritage issues.
Kelly previously interned in the General Counsel’s Office at the National Endowment for the Humanities, and she worked as a program assistant in the Executive Office at the National Trust for Historic Preservation. At George Washington University Law School, she serves as the Secretary of the Art Law and Entertainment Society. Prior to law school, Kelly lived in Berlin, where she worked for the Network of European Museum Organizations and the Institute for Museum Research while also pursuing a M.A. in American Studies, awarded May 2013. Kelly graduated with honors from Stanford University in 2010 with a B.A. in American Studies where she received the Jay W. Fliegelman Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Honors Research.