Orlando Kell grew up in El Paso, Texas. He attended the University of Texas at Austin from 1996-2001, where he landed on the University Honors list three separate semesters in earning a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Government and Minor in Radio-Television-Film. He then went on to St. Mary’s University School of Law, where he graduated Cum Laude in the top 10% of his entire 2005 graduating class.
During his time at St. Mary’s, Mr. Kell accomplished many things. He helped pioneer the reformation of the Sports and Entertainment Law Society. He also dedicated a full year of pro bono service to the St. Mary’s Center for Legal and Social Justice, where he served as a “Student Attorney” in representing and defending indigent clients accused of committing crimes. The foregoing service also earned Mr. Kell the “Pro Bono Achievement Award” at his graduation ceremony, which was presented to him by the Dean of the law school.
Since earning his law license in November of 2005, Mr. Kell has engaged extensively and exclusively in the representation of individual persons in the Bexar County and contiguous county areas. He takes on each new client with only one goal in mind - “I want to make them so satisfied with my representation that they will always come to me in the future if they ever have any legal problems or questions.”
Although Mr. Kell has represented many clients from all walks of life, he knows the only case that truly matters is yours. He takes the utmost pride in being accessible, responsive, and diligent with his clients and their situations, and he would do the same with you.
Areas of Practice
- Custody and visitation
- Enforcement and modification of divorce decrees
- Fathers' rights