Kelly A. Seabrook
Attorney at Law
Certified Family Court Mediator
Kelly A. Seabrook received her Bachelor of Arts Degree from San Jose State University in 1982. Prior to entering law school, she held several positions in the business community as director of a non-profit organization; human resource specialist at Lockheed Missiles & Space Corporation and upon relocating to her ancestral home of Charleston, South Carolina, she was employed at the Charleston County Department of Social Services. While attending the University of South Carolina School of Law, Kelly served as a law clerk with the McNair Law Firm; Rosen, Rosen & Hagood and Johnson, Toal and Battiste, P.A. During her senior year in law school, Attorney Seabrook was appointed by the dean of the law school to serve as the student representative of the Family Law Section of the South Carolina Bar. Ms. Seabrook graduated from law school in May of 1992 and was admitted to the bar in November of 1992. Ms. Seabrook was hired as an associate at the law firm of Johnson, Toal & Battiste, P.A. in June of 1992 and became a partner in this firm in January of 1998. After seventeen years of practicing law with Johnson, Toal & Battiste, P.A., she opened her own practice in January of 2009.
Attorney Seabrook has been active in many professional and community organizations; namely, as a committee member of the Family Law Section of the South Carolina Bar; member of the Richland County Bar Family Law Committee; member of the Leadership Team of the Greater Columbia United Negro College Fund Campaign and a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. Attorney Seabrook also taught Family Law at Midlands Technical College and has served as a speaker at several continuing legal education seminars. Kelly presently serves on the Board of Directors of the Columbia Urban League, the Community Health Alliance Team (C.H.A.T.) and is also a board member of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Columbia chapter.
Ms. Seabrook has also been recognized for her involvement in the community and for her professionalism in the courtroom. She has received the John H. Whiteman award by the Columbia Urban League, the Trailblazer award by the South Carolina League of Negro Women and was given the 2010 Small Business Achievement award by Imara Magazine. Ms. Seabrook has worked tirelessly throughout the years to ensure that her clients receive the best representation at a very reasonable cost.