Knight, Morris & Reddick is a boutique law firm founded in 2012 by three accomplished AfricanAmerican women from the Chicagoland area. Keli Knight , Yondi Morris and Jessica Reddick are all practicing attorneys who attained their law degrees from DePaul University , Northwestern University , and Loyola University in Chicago , respectively. Jessica and Yondi met at Spelman College , while Yondi and Keli met through mutual friends. The three connected because they all shared the dream of being entrepreneurs, and were ecstatic when their personalities meshed well together. They decided to work together when they discovered that they shared the same goals, values and work ethic. KMR Law Group specializes in tax assessment, commercial and residential real estate transactions, evictions, estate planning, entertainment and corporate law. The three ladies quickly realized that they all believe everyone is entitled to quality legal services, and shouldn't be denied based upon their economic situations. They enjoy helping people launch their own businesses, and they offer bundle services for small companies that don't have that much money. The principals also share a passion for mentoring and giving back to their communities. They created partnerships with both Perspectives Math and Science Academy ( 3663 S. Wabash Ave. ) and DRW Trading College Prep ( 931 S. Homan Ave. ), so that they could launch an effective mentoring program for these young students. Over the past few months, they have worked with sophomore-aged young ladies to expose them to the variety of careers in the legal field in the Chicago area. KMR Law Group also offers workshops and legal clinics at local churches. For additional information, visit KMR Law Group via the web, at: 1www.kmrlawgroup.com .
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