Attorney Keisha Hall combines a wealth of business and management experience to her legal practice, which she uses to bring value to clients. Keisha’s myriad areas of experience, including human resources and governmental leadership, allows her to offer an added layer of expertise in the diverse field of law. This experience is particularly welcomed by business clients who benefit not only from Keisha’s legal knowledge, but her combined business experience as well.
Combining her law degree with her other academic credentials of a master’s degree in business administration, Bachelor of Science degree in economics, and certifications in Human Resources, Six Sigma, Workforce Development, and Entrepreneurship, Keisha’s background, allows All Points Legal to offer multiple perspectives to client issues.
Keisha began her legal career at one of the largest insurance defense firms in Florida, where she represented both businesses in individuals in commercial civil litigation and complex civil litigation (unclear sentence). During her tenure at CSK Keisha represented clients included, but was not limited to, Labor and Employment Law disputes, defended clients involved in Legal Malpractice Disputes, Condo Association disputes, Homeowners Association disputes, and class action suits.
Prior to All Points Legal, Keisha was a partner in boutique law firm where she represented clients in areas including civil litigation and appellate actions.
At All Points Legal, Keisha currently handles cases involving Labor and Employment Law, Legal Malpractice Disputes, Condo Association disputes, Homeowners Association disputes, Personal Injury and Business Transactions.
Keisha graduated cum laude Juris Doctor Cum Laude from Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law, a private school located in Fort Lauderdale receiving Dean List awards, holding membership in several honors organizations, the Moot Court Honors Society, NSU Trial Association, and ILSA Journal of International and Comparative Law. She was also a member of the Caribbean Law Students Association and the Christian Legal Society. While in law school, Keisha worked full-time as a regional program manager for Career Source Broward, a governmental agency in Broward County and receive Employee of Year recognition.
Keisha serves on the Florida Bar Association’s Leadership Academy Committee. Keisha is admitted to all State Courts in Florida, the U.S. District Courts for the Southern and Central Districts of Florida and the Eastern District of Wisconsin. She is also a member of the Broward and Palm Beach County Bar Associations and the Caribbean Bar Associations.
Keisha spends spare time with her family, watching sports, and playing the occasional game of table tennis or dominoes.