The Right Coast

Editor: Thomas A. Smith
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Monday, March 30, 2015

Kimberly Kitchen Poses as Lawyer, Makes Partner at BMZ Law Near Pittsburgh

She even served as president of her county bar, says her lawyer, who adds that "she's an incredibly competent person, and she worked very diligently and was devoted to the people she served. There are things about the charges we don't agree with." But the Huntington County Bar Association's current president called the charges insufficient given "the level of betrayal" over 10 years. Local lawyers were the first to raise questions about Kitchen's credentials; in December, when the Huntingdon Daily News first reported on the case, the firm vowed to review her work. Kitchen, 45, was previously employed at Juniata College, where she worked in fundraising but "started holding herself out to be a lawyer," says a senior deputy attorney. She's married to a state conservation ranger and is no longer working, her lawyer says.

via www.newser.com

This tells you something about law school.

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