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About John

John works as Office Co-Ordinator at the Law Office of Conrad Curry. He manages the day-to-day operation of the practice and helps different areas within the firm to work together to meet the needs of our clients efficiently.

John has a Bachelor of Business with a major in policy and economics and is currently finishing his Bachelor of Laws. He is currently completing an Honours thesis analysing key areas of NSW law and policy. John finds personal injury law both interesting and rewarding and especially enjoys being able to use the law to help people in their own lives.

Outside of work, John is and avid and adventurous traveller who loves his dogs and enjoys playing and listening to music.

John Kennedy

Title Office Co-Ordinator

Qualifications BBus (Hons)

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