Kelly L. Cash began her law career in Mississippi in 1998, after graduating from Tulane Law School with a Juris Doctorate and Certificate in Maritime Law. She was admitted to the State Bar of Texas in 1998 and the State Bar of Mississippi in 1999.

She first served as law clerk to the Judges of the 15th Judicial District, Judge R.I. Prichard and Judge Michael Eubanks. And, in 1999, she joined the law firm of Aultman Tyner & Ruffin with offices on the Gulf Coast and in Hattiesburg. In 2005, she moved her practice of law to the Gulf Coast full time starting with the Heidelberg Steinberger law firm. While working for those firms, she handled a variety of cases including, but not limited to: medical malpractice defense, premises liability, insurance defense, personal injury defense, construction law, contract construction and assisted clients with federal and state compliance issues. She managed a large docket of Hurricane Katrina lawsuits, achieving settlement and/or dismissal without extensive litigation costs. She has been with Tindell Law Firm and now, Tindell Symmes Estes & Cusick, since April of 2014. From family law to government entity defense, her experience has grown to cover a diverse number of topics. She handles cases from the initial demand to settlement or trial and has experience appearing and is admitted to practice in Justice, County, Chancery, Circuit and Federal courts. Additionally, she and Derek Cusick are prosecuting cases in the City of Diamondhead's Municipal Court.

Outside of work, Kelly graduated from the Leadership class of 2000, served as the Co-chair of the Jackson County Republican Executive Committee, served as President of the Jackson County Bar Association and enjoyed speaking at seminars for the Association of Builders and Contractors addressing their concerns regarding the E-Verify Law’s purpose and application and the Miller Act’s regulations and procedures for compliance. In 2010, she was blessed with the opportunity to be a kidney donor. And currently, she is completing her application for membership in the Daughters of the American Revolution and learning sign language.