Kimberly B. Cheney’s general litigation practice includes Personal Injury, Consumer Fraud, Criminal Law,and Professional Regulation. He advises individuals and corporations in the field of labor management relations. Mr. Cheney graduated from Yale College in 1957. He served in the U.S. Navy (Lt. U.S.N..R.) and returned to Yale Law School to earn an LLB in 1964. He practiced in Connecticut and then moved to Vermont where he served as an Assistant Attorney General, Education (1967-1968), was elected Washington County States Attorney and served from 1968-1972. Kimberly Cheney was elected Attorney General of the State and served from 1973 – 1975. He has held a variety of professional and civic posts, including Chairman, Vermont State Labor Relations Board (1978-1985.) Presently serving as chair, Vermont State Employees Credit Untion (VSECU) and Montpelier Planning Commission. Kim Cheney is author of Labor and Employment Law in Vermont (Butterworth Legal Publishers, 360 pgs. 1994). He was instrumental in the reform of child custody criteria in 1986 and has written several family law articles appearing the Vermont Bar Journal. He is a member of the Vermont Bar Association. He is admitted to practice in Vermont and Connecticut and before the United States Supreme Court.
You can reach Kim at Kim@barrlaw.com.