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Kenneth graduated from Mills University Studies High School in 2012, and attended the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville until May 2016, when he graduated with a bachelors of arts in Psychology. In 2016, Kenneth moved back to Little Rock to start Law School at the William H. Bowen School of Law. There, he volunteered his time as the Treasurer and then President of the Young Democrats student association, the treasurer of the Black Law Students' Association, and served as Dean's Fellow. During this time, Kenneth clerked at the Tellez Law Firm, the Arkansas Municipal League, and the Arkansas Access to Justice Commission.
Kenneth now works with Robert Tellez as an associate Attorney at the Tellez Law Firm PLLC.
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