Get to know the women of Chicago’s KMR Law Group

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Photo: Angela Carpenter courtesy of KMR Law Group

Aside from providing outstanding legal services to its growing list of clients as one of the very few law firms owned and operated by Black women in the city of Chicago, Knight, Morris & Reddick Law Group can’t help but to stand out from its competition.

Partners Keli Knight, Yondi Morris, and Jessica Reddick each bring both legal and real-world expertise from their diverse backgrounds to cover a number areas of practice, including commercial and residential real estate transactions, entertainment and corporate law.

KMR’s primary focus is to work with startup companies while guiding each entity through the initial formation process. For newly formed and already established businesses, KMR is often sought after as counsel to manage the day-to-day legal affairs for their clients. Some of the corporate services include, but are not limited to, negotiating and drafting all corporate documents, employment contracts, investment agreements, confidentiality agreements, nonprofit tax exemptions and managing the status of all annual filings..

Rolling out recently sat down with the ladies of KMR to talk common misconceptions of practicing law, obstacles they’ve encountered, and their individual roles within the firm.

Get to know the women of KMR Law Group after the cut.

TJ Armour
TJ Armour

"I'm not a biter, I'm a writer for myself and others."

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