Growing up on a family farm in the mountains of north Georgia, Kalie Chumley learned the values of hard work and kindness. She strives to bring those values to her clients, combining them with her strong attention to detail, responsiveness, and systematic approach.
Kalie received a Bachelor’s degree in Business and Public Policy from Young Harris College, where she received the Outstanding Student in Business and Public Policy award, was a YHC Honors Scholar, and worked as a tutor. While enrolled at Elon University School of Law, Kalie received the Strongest Comprehensive Performance Award in Legal Method & Communication, completed two clerkships, and worked as a research assistant. She also served as the Innocence Project President, Intellectual Property Society Vice President, and as the Elon Business Law Journal Executive Editor for the Corporate Counsel Technology division.
Before joining Hedrick Gardner, Kalie practiced at a firm in Jacksonville, North Carolina, focusing on workers’ compensation defense and civil litigation matters.
When not practicing law, Kalie enjoys yoga, beach days, and experimenting in the kitchen with different cuisines. During baseball season, you will find her cheering on the Atlanta Braves with her husband and dog, Diesel.
PROFESSIONAL AND CIVIC INVOLVEMENT:
- New Hanover County Bar Association
Elon University School of Law:
- Innocence Project President
- Intellectual Property Society Vice President
- Elon Business Law Journal Executive Editor for the Corporate Counsel Technology division
- Business Law Association member
- Kalie Pritchett, The Importance of Cyber Incident Response Plans and How to Create Them, Elon Business Law Journal, (June 30, 2017).
- Elon University School of Law:
- Strongest Comprehensive Performance Award in Legal Method & Communication
- Dean’s List