Areas Of Practice
Kellie Humphries is an associate of the Firm practicing complex civil litigation with a primary focus in construction law, as well as premises liability, wrongful death, asbestos, bad faith and coverage. Kellie served as a summer associate in 2011 and 2012, and joined the firm full-time in 2013 when she relocated to Jacksonville.
Prior to joining Boyd & Jenerette, Ms. Humphries engaged her third-year practice license to prosecute cases for the Commonwealth of Virginia, where her court appearances included District Court, Circuit Court, Traffic Court, and Juvenile & Domestic Relations Court.
Ms. Humphries is active in the community, and devotes her time serving as a member of the Firm’s charity committee.
- Florida, 2014
- United States District Court, Northern District of Florida, 2014
- United States District Court, Middle District of Florida, 2014
- United States District Court, Southern District of Florida, 2014
- Florida Bar
- Real Property, Probate & Trust Law Section
- Construction Law Committee
- Jacksonville Bar Association
- Young Lawyers Section
- Construction Law Section
- Associated Builders and Contractors
- Chester Bedell American Inn of Court, Associate 2015-2016
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Many cases overlap several areas of law. As a full service law firm, we are able to recognize how one legal discipline impacts another. We work as a team on complex issues that require knowledge of a variety of state and federal laws. This multi-disciplinary approach allows clients to receive the large-firm advantage of access to multiple attorneys in a wide scope of practice areas as well as the hands-on customer service offered by a boutique law firm. In addition to civil litigation, employment law, workers’ compensation defense, commercial law and appeals, our firm also handles complex immigration and professional liability claims.
Our bilingual staff is available to assist with immigration matters, including consular and removal defenses.