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Kelley M. Jancaitis

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Assistant: Deane Fields

Kelley joined Broening Oberg Woods & Wilson in 2020 after serving as the senior law clerk to The Honorable Kenton D. Jones in Division One of the Arizona Court of Appeals for six years.  Her current focus is on litigating appeals and motion writing.

Kelley’s strengths lie in her attention to detail and persistence in achieving perfection.

Kelley was born and raised in Bumpass, Virginia.  In 2004, she graduated magna cum laude from Clemson University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Economics and a minor in Physical Science.  She migrated farther south to attend law school at Florida Coastal School of Law in Jacksonville, Florida, where she graduated third in her class.  She headed west to begin her legal career, first representing juveniles in dependency and delinquency matters, and then practicing at a rural insurance defense firm before joining the Arizona Court of Appeals in 2014.

Kelley is passionate about college football and the oxford comma.



  • Florida Coastal School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, 2007
  • Florida Coastal Law Review, 2005-2007,
  • Excellence Award Recipient: Legal Research & Writing, Pretrial Litigation & Drafting
  • Advocate: American-Caribbean Law Initiative, Cayman Islands Law School, Georgetown, C.I., March 2007
  • Clemson University, B.S. (Economics), magna cum laude, 2004


  • State Bar of Arizona, 2007
  • U.S. District Court, District of Arizona, 2010


Representative Experience
  • Contributor, Arizona Appellate Handbook 2.0, Chapter 21: Justice Court Appeals (2024 to Present)
  • Author, Streamlining Briefs: Should We Eliminate The Table of Authorities? Arizona Attorney Magazine (April 2022)