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Kelly uses her innate research skills to moves clients forward.

Kelly is a natural researcher and archivist. When composing what turned out to be a top-grade paper for her undergraduate degree in criminal justice, she had all the books available in her personal library – she did not have to visit her university library.

She now facilitates toxic tort matters for legal teams handling national litigation on behalf of clients. From discovery to trial phase, Kelly provides a range of support including research, drafting legal documents and developing case preparation. She handles case management and day-to-day organization including databases, deposition calendars, document control and coordinating docket deadlines across multiple jurisdictions.

Clients and attorneys appreciate Kelly’s attention to detail, enthusiasm and collaborative effort. What she enjoys most about her job is helping clients. She strives to be the go-to person for answering questions.




  • B.S., University of Missouri-Saint Louis
    • Criminology and Criminal Justice
    • Dean’s List
  • Associate's Degree, Southwestern Illinois College
    • Paralegal Studies
    • Dean's Academic Honors List

Professional Memberships and Certifications

  • St. Louis Paralegal Association

*Contact Kelly to set up an in-person consultation by appointment in the St. Louis office.
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Outside the Office

Kelly is a self-described sports fanatic.

She plays volleyball, soccer, softball and basketball with her grandkids, along with the occasional board game. Kelly also follows the St Louis Cardinals, Blues hockey, Mizzou, college basketball and her husband’s University of Georgia football team. The couple met at Busch Stadium.

Community Leadership

Kelly gets more than she gives as a volunteer volleyball coach.

She describes the fifth- through eighth-grade girls as happy, fun kids. “They make you want to keep coming back year after year,” she says of the parochial middle-school volleyball team. Although the girls have placed third in a diocesan tournament and had only three regular season losses, Kelly takes no credit. “I’m just standing on the sidelines,” she jokes.