Kellyn O. McGee
B.A., Howard University
J.D., Howard University
Associate Professor Kellyn McGee teaches Civil Procedure, ADR, and Professional Responsibility. Formerly the Assistant General Counsel for the State Bar of Georgia, her background includes experience in disciplinary actions, ethics training, negotiations, mediations, and litigation management. She holds a J.D. and Bachelor’s degree from Howard University.
Professor McGee serves on the American Bar Association Standing Committee on Professional Discipline and the State Bar of Georgia’s Unlicensed Practice of Law Standing Committee.
Additionally, McGee has been appointed to the Savannah/Chatham County CASA Board of Directors for 2015.
Media, Public & Professional Appearances
WTOC Interview, Alderman: Consultant to be paid $1,200/month, gets $12,000/month instead (March 23, 2015).
Food Marketing Institute Legal Conference, Ethics 2015 – An Update, Presenter (March 24, 2015).
Southeast/Southwest People of Color Legal Scholarship Conference, Ethics, Professionalism, and the Generational Divide, Panelist (March 21, 2015).
Atlanta Bar Association, Ethical Considerations in Cloud Based Computing and Other Modern Technologies, Panelist (March 6, 2014).
Atlanta Bar Association, Ethical and Professional Concerns with the Use of Social Media, Panelist (March 7, 2013).