John F. Kennedy

John was born and raised in South Jersey.

In 1980 he was the youngest delegate ever elected to a Democratic or Republican Convention.

He graduated from The University of Maryland, Antioch Law School, and then obtained an LLM at Georgetown Law School and a Masters in Lobbying/Campaign Management at The George Washington University.

He clerked at the US Court of Claims during the initial phase of cases filed under the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act.

After working at a large white collar criminal defense firm in Washington, he started his own firm, Kennedy and Dolan, with his partner and now wife where, for over 25 years as a civil litigator, he’s focused on personal injury, products liability and complicated wage-hour cases. He also devotes a lot of his time doing pro bono work.

John is a father of 3 children and volunteers for those with special needs.

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Vaccine