Ms. Liza Ann Park
Kaine Law LLC
Attorney Liza A. Park has spent about two decades balancing a career in the media and public relations as well as a career as a full time practicing attorney.
As a trial attorney, Ms. Park handles cases involving personal injury including all types of vehicle accidents, slip & fall cases and premises liability. As a former television news anchor, reporter and producer, Ms. Park has won national awards for her documentary work and several Associated Press awards for her news stories and series pieces. She also served as the public relations/press secretary/legal researcher for a Senator in the U.S. Virgin Islands, and was an adjunct professor at Florida State University College of Communication teaching television reporting, hosting and interviewing.
Ms. Park has experience practicing in both civil and criminal law. Formerly she served as an assistant state attorney prosecuting a myriad of crimes from DUI to murder. She then joined a Florida civil law firm that focused on high profile personal injury and civil rights cases. There she was both a trial attorney and the director of public and media relations. While practicing as a full time attorney, Ms. Park also served as a weekend anchor at two different CBS affiliate stations as well as anchored a political show for Florida Public Television. She is licensed to practice in Georgia, Florida and Alabama.
After moving to Georgia, Ms. Park soon embarked on founding and opening a public charter school. It is a dual language immersion elementary school called Yi Hwang Academy of Language Excellence or YHALE for short. Under Ms. Park’s leadership as the governing board chairperson, YHALE has excelled both in terms of academics and growth, and the school is on track to continue its growth projections as planned while maintaining its top academic achievements.
Ms. Park is from Dothan, Alabama. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Florida State University with a bachelor degree in both Media Performance and English. She also graduated from Florida State University’s College of Law. While at FSU, Ms. Park was elected student body president and was a founder of Burning Spear, Inc., a leadership honor society.