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John J. Kennelly - Rutland, VT

64 North Main StreetUS Route 7 NorthPost Office Drawer 280Rutland, VT 05702- 0280

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Updated: 09/30/2016

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I was raised with my five brothers and two sisters in Emerson, New Jersey, a small town in Bergen County. I graduated from Paramus Catholic High School in 1972, and attended Davidson College and later Ramapo College, where I graduated with a degree in economics in 1977. I attended Rutgers School of Law in Newark, at night while working first as a teamster, and later as a law clerk in the Hackensack, New Jersey firm of Gladstone and Hart. I graduated from Rutgers in 1981, passed the bar...

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