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Profile: Robert E. Kinney

This month we profile Robert Kinney, the newest member of our team, who established the Texas office of BCG Attorney Search. Robert attended the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Texas School of Law, where he was a member of the Texas Journal of Business Law and a research assistant to a distinguished professor. ''Working with Professor Baade really defined my experience at Texas.'' Robert says, ''We became close friends in the course of difficult work on a project that took us to Scotland for a total of four months during my second and third years of law school. I can't imagine a better legal education.''
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