1 South St, #2450
Baltimore, Maryland 21202
Kelli has been a Baltimore City resident for the past 15 years. She studied vocal performance at Baltimore School for the Arts and received her Bachelors in Science in Sociology/Criminal Justice at Towson University.
Kelli has been a member of the Miller and Zois team since 2013 and has been involved in quite a few of their monumental cases. Her primary role in the office is to gather the necessary information with new files to guarantee all grounds are covered when a new client comes through the Miller and Zois system and continues to oversee/maintain cases while they are in the pre-litigation phase. This includes identifying at-fault parties, directing team members on their roles with new claims, and routinely checking in to guarantee our clients are receiving the full attention and care that they deserve. She also serves as a paralegal for both automobile and medical malpractices cases that have entered litigation. Kelli takes her role in the office with great passion and will begin preparing for her LSATs this summer.
Kelli currently resides in Hampden in her new home with her husband. She enjoys meal-prepping and listening to music in her spare time.
When did you join Miller & Zois?
I joined Miller & Zois in May 2013
What is your current position at Miller & Zois?
I am the case manager here at M&Z. I oversee all incoming cases while also managing my own set of automobile cases that have not entered into litigation and lead a small team of legal assistants who are learning how to handle cases on their own. I also assist with making sure our case management software is properly maintained to keep our office day to day running smoothly.
Did you start as a case manager?
I started at Miller & Zois as a receptionist and moved my way up to legal assistant in 2014. I have also served as a paralegal on many cases, and continue to do so occasion.
Where did you grow up?
I’m a Baltimorean through and through.
Where did you go to school and what did you study?
I attended Towson University and studied sociology and criminal justice.
I understand you have a bit of a music background?
I was classically trained in vocal performance at Baltimore School for the Arts in the beautiful Mt. Vernon neighborhood. While in college and for a few years after, I was in a few bands, one of which was signed on to a local label. We had to split ways due to our guitarist relocating, but those days always hold a fond memory.
What do you enjoy doing with in your free time?
I like to call myself the travelling homebody. I absolutely love to travel. I make it a goal every year to see at least two new cities. There’s nothing better to me than going to a new place and getting the local feel.
The goal is a cross country road trip in the next five years. When in town, my husband and I love trying out new restaurants and bars in Baltimore. I grew up in a restaurant industry household. Every member of my family has worked in a restaurant in some way and I waited tables in high school and all through college.
I know how important restaurants are to make Baltimore, well, Baltimore and love supporting my city and its people. When I’m not out and about, I’m usually home being on the couch with my husband and our rescue pitbull.