Kristen Buzzelli graduated from the University of Kansas School of Law in May of 2010 with certificates in elder law and trial advocacy.
While attending law school, Ms. Buzzelli served as a Rule 719 Attorney at Kansas Legal Services assisting victims of domestic violence in various family law matters. Ms. Buzzelli was a member of the Student Bar Association Society and Women in Law Society, as well as maintaining part-time employment for the student housing department.
Prior to attending law school, Ms. Buzzelli graduated from the Honor’s College of Michigan State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work and a minor in child welfare. In college, Ms. Buzzelli was a resident mentor, member of the All University Judicial Board, and Vice President of Sigma Alpha Iota. Ms. Buzzelli also conducted an internship at Capitol Area Child and Family Services, where she assisted children aging out of foster care with their transition to independent living.
Kristen Buzzelli’s compassion and understanding of emotional difficulties arising during high conflict family law cases make her an exemplary attorney. During law school and after graduation, Ms. Buzzelli focused on family law litigation. Ms. Buzzelli has completed advanced training as a family law mediator and as a guardian ad litem, serving the best interests of children. Ms. Buzzelli is tenacious in her representation of her clients and takes her role as their attorney very seriously.
In her free time, Ms. Buzzelli is passionate about volunteerism donating time to animal rights organizations. Ms. Buzzelli has three dogs that she has rehabilitated. Ms. Buzzelli is a kind hearted, generous soul to both her two legged and four legged friends.