Kennedy Berkley Yarnevich & Williamson, Chtd., welcomes Grant T. Hodges as this summer's Law Clerk. Hodges will be working out of the Salina office, focusing on agribusiness and corporate law.
“Kennedy Berkley is always looking to develop driven young individuals like Grant,” Managing Partner James R. Angell said. “Grant is a fine addition to the firm and is producing excellent work.”
“I am extremely excited to work here at Kennedy Berkley.” Hodges said, “I know I will gain knowledge and experience working alongside such talented professionals.”
Hodges is the son of two Salina locals: Melissa, currently the Executive Director of Salina Downtown, and Merle (Boo), a physician of obstetrics and gynecology at Salina Regional Health Center's Women's Clinic.
The addition of Hodges comes during an exciting period of growth for Kennedy Berkley. In April, M. Joseph Kuhn joined the firm to lead the Kennedy Berkley Disability Law Group which focuses on helping individuals gain social security disability benefits.
Hodges earned his Bachelor of Arts in History and English from the University of Notre Dame in May 2013, magna cum laude. He is currently working toward his law degree at Duke University School of Law and is scheduled to graduate May 2016. After graduation, Hodges' plans to return to Salina to practice law.
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About Kennedy Berkley Yarnevich & Williamson
Kennedy Berkley Yarnevich & Williamson currently has 13 attorneys practicing in offices located in Salina, Hays and Olathe, Kansas. We serve institutions, corporations, and a variety of private client services; our attorneys build enduring relationships by providing legal counsel informed by business insight to help clients achieve their objectives. Kennedy Berkley is a full service law firm offering a comprehensive list of legal services including: Agribusiness; Business Law; Estate Planning and Probate; Collections and Landlord/Tenant; Administrative Law; Employment Law; Family Law (including adoption, divorce, child custody, child support, and others); Banking; Real Estate; Insurance; Civil Trial Practice; Health Care Law; and Personal Injury.