State Bar of Georgia
Natalie Robinson Kelly is the Director of the State Bar of Georgia Law Practice Management Program, which provides practice management and technology consulting to Bar members. She is a certified consultant for multiple legal applications, and has conducted over 1,200 consulting engagements for Georgia firms and legal departments. As an Adjunct Professor, she taught Law Office Management, and now co-teaches Law Practice Technology at Georgia State University College of Law.
Natalie has presented in 15 states, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. She also writes extensively, co-authoring the blog, Georgia Practice Advisor, and regularly contributing to the Georgia Bar Journal.
Natalie was Chair of the 2014 ABA TECHSHOW Planning Board; was named to the inaugural list of Women in Legal Tech; selected as a Fastcase 50 Honoree; won the ABA Law Practice Division’s highest publishing award, the Robert P. Wilkins Award, for Best Feature Article for her article, Say Yes to a Practice Management System; and inducted into the prestigious College of Law Practice Management.
Natalie received her B.A. in English with a minor in Political Science from Spelman College, and her J.D. from Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School.
She resides in Atlanta with her husband, Charles; and they have three daughters, Roschelle, Charlise and Christina; and a male Lab Mix, Duke.
You can contact and follow Natalie at NatalieK@gabar.org; @NatalieRKelly; and linkedin.com/in/natalierkelly/.
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