Raymond Kelsey
Barrington personal injury attorney, Barrington divorce lawyer


Personalized Legal Services in
Barrington and Schaumburg, Illinois

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Raymond Kelsey

barrington lawyer Raymond Kelsey

After graduating from Loyola University Chicago Law of School in 2013, Ray moved back home to begin his legal career in the winery studded Finger Lakes Region of Central New York. While working at Midey, Mirras & Ricci, and then Mashewske Law Office, Ray learned the skills necessary to become a successful litigator, representing clients in the areas of personal injury, contracts, and criminal law. A notable early success was Ray’s assistance in authoring the Motion to Suppress for The People of the State of New York v. Westcott, a controversial 4th Amendment Search & Seizure case.

In 2016, Ray returned to Chicago, where his wife, Sylvia, has been a reading specialist in the Barrington School District for many years. Happy to call the Northwest suburbs home, the focus of Ray’s practice now is helping people who have been injured due to third party negligence.

When he is not working, Ray enjoys reading, spending time his wife and their orange tabby, Chloe, and trying to forget about his beloved Rams’ Super Bowl loss.

Areas of Practice


  • Loyola University Chicago School of Law - Chicago, IL
    • J.D. - Law
  • California State University-Northridge - Northridge, CA
    • Bachelor's - Philosophy


  • Illinois
  • New York


  • Loyola Child Law and Education Institute Forum: A True Marketplace of Ideas, 2012
  • The Way it Was, Los Angeles Times Entertainment Letters/Editorial, 2005

Past Employment Positions

  • Law Offices of Francis J Discipio, Associate Attorney, 2017 - 2019
  • Law Office of Daniel E. Goodman, Associate Attorney, 2016 - 2017
  • Mashewske Law Office, PLLC, Associate Attorney, 2014 - 2016
  • Midey, Mirras & Ricci, LLP, Legal Assistant, 2012 - 2014
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