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Bar Admissions

  • Maryland, 2020


  • University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
    • J.D. – 2020
    • Maryland Law Review – Executive Board Member, 2019 – 2010
    • Maryland Law Review – Staff Editor, 2018 – 2019
    • Moot Court Board – Vice President, 2019 – 2020
    • Moot Court Board – 2018 – 2019
  • University of Florida
    • B.A. – 2014
    • Major: Spanish

Kellyn Wilcox – Associate

Kellyn is an associate at SBWD Law who concentrates her practice exclusively in personal injury and medical malpractice. Kellyn strives to bring a personal touch to each client’s case, understanding that the best successes come from a meaningful relationship with each client and appreciation for their individual needs.

Kellyn earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Florida where she focused her studies on Spanish linguistics and biochemistry. Kellyn volunteered in a medical clinic in the Dominican Republic and in the anesthesiology department at UF Health Shands Hospital, which sparked her interest in medical malpractice.

During law school, Kellyn was on the Executive Board for the Maryland Law Review and was the Vice President of the Maryland Carey Law Moot Court Board. Kellyn worked full-time as a law clerk at SBWD Law during her final year of law school, where she fell in love with personal injury litigation.

Prior to joining SBWD as an associate, Kellyn completed a one-year clerkship at the Circuit Court for Baltimore City and worked at a boutique personal injury and criminal defense firm where she could be found in court nearly every day. The strengths that Kellyn developed through her varied experiences continue to assist her in analyzing the diverse range of cases in her practice today.

In her free time, Kellyn enjoys exploring the city, gardening, watching Formula One racing, and working out at the Crossfit Federal Hill gym.

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