William M. Kelleher

William M. Kelleher, Director
Gordon, Fournaris & Mammarella, P.A.

WILLIAM M. KELLEHER is a Director at the firm. He concentrates his practice in fiduciary litigation—especially trust litigation—in the Delaware Court of Chancery, the nation’s premier forum for the resolution of complex trust disputes. He has taken to trial several high-profile trust disputes in that court. Mr. Kelleher also counsels trust companies on fiduciary duties and other related issues.

Immediately upon graduation from law school, Mr. Kelleher spent four years on active duty as a judge advocate general in the United States Coast Guard. Thereafter he served as a judicial law clerk at the Delaware Court of Chancery working for both Chancellor William B. Chandler, III and then Vice Chancellor (later Chief Justice) Myron T. Steele. Mr. Kelleher has also served as a Deputy Attorney General for the State of Delaware.

Mr. Kelleher is a member of the Bars of Delaware, Pennsylvania and District of Columbia. He has argued twelve times at the Delaware Supreme Court.