Beasley Allen Law Firm, Atlanta, GA

Key Lamberth

Atlanta, GA

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About Key

Key is an attorney in the firm’s Personal Injury Section, assisting in cases involving negligent security, premises liability and trucking accidents.

The Mobile, AL native says she always knew she wanted to be a lawyer, following in the footsteps of both parents.

“During my childhood, I witnessed my father’s impact on other people’s lives. His work brought him a sense of satisfaction and joy, which shaped my career aspirations.”


While in law school, Key clerked in Beasley Allen’s Personal Injury Section from Summer 2021 until her promotion to attorney in September 2023. She worked on cases involving trucking accidents, defective products, negligent security cases and premises liability.

Key achieved several accomplishments in law school, including serving as an editor for the Journal of Law and Psychology, participating in the Trial Advocacy Competition and receiving the Georgia Peach Taylor Award of Excellence in Trial Advocacy.

Professional Associations

Key is a member of the State Bar of Georgia.


Key earned her Bachelor of Science in Marketing and International Business from the University of Alabama in 2020, graduating summa cum laude. She earned her Juris Doctor from UA’s School of Law in 2023.


  • Georgia (2023)


  • University of Alabama School of Law (J.D., 2023)

  • University of Alabama (B.S., 2020)


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