Kimberly B. Cheney
|Kimberly B. Cheney|
|Vermont Attorney General|
|Governor||Thomas P. Salmon|
|Preceded by||James M. Jeffords|
|Succeeded by||M. Jerome Diamond|
November 25, 1935 |
Cheney graduated from Yale College in 1957. After a stint in the U.S. Navy, he attended Yale Law School, where he received the degree of LL.B. in 1964. He began his law practice in Connecticut, then moved to Vermont, where he served as an Assistant Attorney General, Education from 1967 to 1968. He was subsequently elected as Washington County States Attorney and served in that capacity until 1972.
Currently, Cheney is a partner in the law firm of Cheney, Brock and Saudek, P.C. in Montpelier, Vermont. His litigation practice includes Personal Injury, Family Law, Criminal Law, Civil Rights, and Professional Regulation.
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