Kelsey A. Miller is a Skadden Fellow at the ACLU Voting Rights Project, with a focus on election administration disparities and chronically long wait times at the polls. She currently works on team litigating voting rights cases related to redistricting, voter suppression, and access to the ballot issues in federal and state courts nationwide. She was previously a legal intern with the Voting Rights Project, where she worked with the team that successfully blocked efforts by the Trump Administration to add a citizenship question to the 2020 Census (Department of Commerce v. New York).
Kelsey received her J.D. from Harvard Law School, where she served as an articles chair on the Harvard Law Review, a legal advocate for low-income public housing tenants through the Tenant Advocacy Project, and a Property teaching fellow for Professor Yochai Benkler. She was also a clinical student in the Harvard Election Law Clinic. Kelsey received her bachelor’s degree with distinction in Political Science and a certificate in Education Studies from Yale University.