Kelly Reese

Associate

Location:
Atlanta, Georgia
Phone:
404-256-0010
Fax:
404-851-9081
Email:
 

Kelly I. Reese graduated cum laude from the University of Florida in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management.  She obtained her law degree from the University of Florida, Levin College of Law in December 2007, and was admitted to practice law in Georgia in 2008.

During her time in law school, Kelly participated as a Children’s Fellow through the Center on Children and Families.  She developed her passion for family law by volunteering at a domestic violence clinic and a pro se divorce clinic, before working in private practice.

Kelly co-authored Loving v. Virginia’s Legacy for Children and her article on Protecting Clients in Bankruptcy was published in the Atlanta Bar Association’s section newsletter, “The Family Lawyer.”
She has also been asked to speak at the University of Florida on multiple occasions.

Kelly has been active within the Young Lawyers Division, Family Law Section, and is the upcoming 
co-chair.  

Kelly has exclusively practiced family law since obtaining her bar membership in the State of Georgia.  Before joining Stern and Edlin, P.C., she practiced family law at the Law Offices of Pamela L. Tremayne and Callner, Portnoy & Strawser, P.C.

Kelly is passionate about practicing family law and believes in providing support, understanding, advocacy and counseling to each client.

Bar Admissions

• Georgia, 2008 

Education

• University of Florida Levin College of Law, Gainesville, Florida 
 J.D. 
 Children’s Fellow with the Center on Children and Families 
• University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida 
 B.S. (Cum Laude) 
 Major: Business Management 

Professional Associations and Memberships

• Upcoming Co-Chair of the Young Lawyers Division, Family Law Section - Georgia Bar Association 
• Member at Large of the Family Law Section - Atlanta Bar Association, 2008-present 

Published Works

• Authored Protecting Clients in Bankruptcy, The Family Lawyer, Atlanta Bar Association, Family Law Section, February 2011 
• Co-Authored Reflections on Loving and Children’s Rights, 20 U. FLA. J.L. & PUB. POL’Y 11 (2009), with Barbara Bennett Woodhouse