Mrosak focuses her practice in the firm’s business litigation
and employment law
groups. She represents individuals, businesses, and public entities in a range of complex disputes, administrative investigations, and immigration matters. Prior to joining the firm, Kailey
was a Robert F. Kennedy Legal Fellow at The Advocates for Human Rights, representing asylum seekers before the Immigration Court and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. She continues to represent asylum seekers pro bono at LGN. Kailey
graduated from the University of Virginia School of Law in 2018 where she served as an editor for the Virginia Journal of International Law and as treasurer for If/When/How’s UVA Law Chapter. During law school, she completed over 200 hours of pro bono service for local and international nonprofit organizations. Her past legal experience includes international environmental and human rights law, with a focus on land rights and corporate accountability. Kailey
holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in global studies, summa cum laude with distinction, from the University of Minnesota.