University of Missouri – Columbia School of Law, Columbia, Missouri, 2011
University of Missouri – Columbia, The Gordon E. Crosby, Jr. MBA Program, Columbia, Missouri, 2011
University of Missouri – Columbia, Columbia, Missouri, 2007 – B.S.B.A., Major: Management
Missouri Bar – Member
2014–2016 Super Lawyers Missouri & Kansas Rising Stars List
Missouri Law Review – Member, 2009-2010; Managing Editor, 2010-2011
Assistant Fall Moot Court Director, 2009
Theodore C. Beckett Prize in Pretrial Litigation
Bernard T. Hurwitz Award in Federal Income Taxation
CALI Excellence for the Future Awards in Family Law, Secured Transactions, Basic Federal Income Taxation, Real Estate Transactions, Pretrial Litigation, Sales and Leases, and Products Liability
MU Law School Foundation Prize
2016 Finalist, Columbia Tribune Emerging Business Woman of the Year
Casey E. Elliott joined the firm as an associate in 2011. She received her J.D. and M.B.A. from the University of Missouri – Columbia in 2011. She graduated from the University of Missouri – Columbia with her B.S.B.A., majoring in management, cum laude, with a general honors certificate in 2007. Casey served as Managing Editor of the Missouri Law Review in 2010-2011.
Casey practices primarily in the areas of corporate and business, estate planning, real estate, and health care law. Casey has significant experience assisting clients in general business matters including entity formation, structuring, and maintenance, shareholder agreements, employment contracts, contract review and negotiation, capital and loan structuring, real estate leases and purchases, physician contracts, employment issues, and health care law issues. Casey assists corporate clients by providing advice related to issues that come up in their businesses on a daily basis. Casey also works with individual clients to provide assistance in estate planning, real estate transactions, and debtor-creditor issues, among others.
Casey and her husband, Philip, are the proud parents of three year-old twins and a baby born in May 2016. She spends her free time cheering on the Missouri Tigers and staying involved in her local church.