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McKay Firm Partner Appointed to Two South Carolina Bar Committees

McKay, Cauthen, Settana, & Stubley, P.A. is excited to recognize Kelli Sullivan for being appointed to both theUnauthorized Practice of Law Committee and the Lawyers Helping Lawyers Committee of the South Carolina Bar.

Kelli recently completed her two year term as the Chair of the South Carolina Bar Association’s Ethics Advisory Committee after serving on that committee for over 10 years. The Unauthorized Practice of Law Committee monitors unauthorized law activity in and assists authorities in taking appropriate action. The Lawyers helping Lawyers Committee assists lawyers and judges addicted to alcohol or drugs and those suffering from depression.

Kelli Sullivan practices in the areas of medical malpractice defense and civil litigation at The McKay Firm and is a certified mediator. Prior to joining the McKay Firm, Kelli was the Regional Assistant General Counsel for Nationwide Insurance and attended the University of South Carolina (B.A.) and the University of South Carolina School of Law(J.D.). Kelli is a long-standing member of the SC Bar Ethics Advisory Committee and is a member of the SC Bar Free Disputes Board among her many achievements. She was named to the Midlands Legal Elite in the area of insurance in 2013.

Julius W. “Jay” McKay, II said, “We couldn’t be more proud of Kelli for being appointed to these important committees. Her outstanding service the past 10 years on the Ethics Advisory Committee is a testament to her dedication to the South Carolina Bar and her passion for practicing law.”

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