Kelsea Jeon

  • Yale University
  • BA in History
  • University of Oxford
  • Master Degree in Socio-Legal Research
Kelsea Jeon is from Arcadia, CA and attended Arcadia public schools from K-12. She graduated magna cum laude from Yale University, earning a degree in History (with distinction). Her senior thesis focused on understandings of access to justice in early America and was one of four full-length theses to be selected for publication in the Yale Historical Review. She is studying Socio-Legal Research for her Master’s Degree at the University of Oxford. Her current dissertation examines how nonlawyers provided legal aid to impoverished Americans in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Kelsea also writes for the Oxford Women in Law Student Society and is a recipient of the Rotary Foundation’s Global Grant Scholarship.