Kelly Milliron is a Jacksonville native, who grew up attending LaVilla Middle School of the Arts and Douglas Anderson School of the Arts studying Creative Writing. When she moved away for college she focused her studies in English and Criminology, which ultimately led her to law school. During her educational years, Kelly served as an Executive Articles Editor on the Florida Law Review and worked on local non-profit initiatives, including the Unshame Campaign, which sought to connect survivors of sexual violence with local, state-wide, and international resources and eliminate stigma surrounding sexual assault. Kelly also has prior experience working at the Children’s Home Society of Florida in child welfare and at the State Attorney’s Office of the Eighth Judicial Circuit in victim advocacy.
Kelly is now a litigation attorney with Foley & Lardner LLP, and a member of the firm’s Business Litigation & Dispute Resolution Practice. Kelly is also active in the local community as a member of the Junior League of Jacksonville, the Jacksonville Bar Association, and the local chapter of the Federal Bar Association.