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Kelly Robinson

Kelly launched her professional career while attending law school at the Georgia State University College of Law. While in her second year, she was invited to join the Investor Advocacy Clinic, focusing on the prevention and resolution of small (less than $100,000) investment fraud claims. In her final year of law school, she became a mediator in the Landlord-Tenant Mediation program for Fulton County, the highest-volume court in the state. After graduating and passing the Georgia Bar Exam, Kelly continued to mediate for the Landlord-Tenant program in Fulton and was later asked to mediate for DeKalb and Gwinnett counties, the second and third highest-volume court systems in Georgia, respectively. She then became a supervisor for Fulton County after just two years with the program. Her time both in law school and experience with the busiest court systems in Georgia allowed her to hone her critical analysis and communication skills to ensure that adverse parties were able to achieve their goals while adhering to local, state, and federal laws, all in a timely manner.
Kelly is a licensed real estate agent in Georgia, and recently passed the South Carolina Property Manager exam after her and her partner recently moved to Charleston from Atlanta. They quickly got involved in real estate investing, wherein Kelly hopes to expand her knowledge by becoming more familiar with the lending process.
Kelly has a strong work ethic with particular focus and attention to detail. She believes that there should be a sense of fairness in all things in life, and she has a strong sense of justice. Kelly enjoys creating new challenges for herself and is excited to be a part of something new and fresh with Rehab Wallet.