Elizabeth (“Liz”) McKee is an associate concentrating her practice in complex civil litigation, serious personal injury, civil rights violations, malpractice, and other high-stakes cases.
Born and raised in the mountains of North Carolina, Liz graduated cum laude from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and minors in Environmental Studies and Social and Economic Justice. After graduating, Liz spent a year teaching English as a foreign language in Poland before returning to the States to attend Emory University School of Law.
Liz graduated from Emory Law in May 2020 and was awarded the Pro Bono Publico medal for her dedication to pro bono work. During law school, Liz was a research assistant for Professor Morgan Cloud and participated in the Barton Child Law and Policy Center’s Juvenile Defender Clinic and Appeal for Youth Clinic. Liz also interned with the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation, Fulton County Superior Court Judge Roslyn Holcomb, Atlanta Legal Aid, and a criminal defense firm. In the summer of 2019, the Emory Summer Child Advocacy Program selected Liz to receive a Children’s Justice Act grant to work in the field of child advocacy. Her placement was in the Chatham County Juvenile Court.
Emory University School of Law
University of North Carolina
Bar & Court Admittance
Georgia: all state trial courts