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Kristyn Snyer McKenna – Top Attorney

Bedford, MA — Kristyn Snyer McKenna is being recognized by Continental Who’s Who as a Top Attorney in recognition of her outstanding contributions to the Legal field.

Ms. Snyer McKenna is the owner of a private firm located in Bedford, MA. She specializes in the legal areas of special education appeals, child custody, visitation, adoption, guardianships, delinquency, possession of drugs and alcohol, drunk driving, shoplifting, and additional criminal complaints. She has extensive experience in child custody, civil litigation, probation violation, theft, and burglary and robbery cases. On account of her twenty-sixty years of legal experience, she has become renowned for being an effective advocate and a strong leader. In addition to her work as an attorney, she is an instructor at Fitchburg State College in Fitchburg, MA. She has served in this position for twelve years, teaching public school law.

As a student, Ms. Snyer McKenna first attended the College of the Holy Cross, graduating in 1990 with a Bachelor of Arts. Following this, she enrolled at Suffolk University Law School, one of the top 150 law schools in the United States. In Boston, she became educated in legal practices, earning a Juris Doctorate in 1993.

A frontrunner in the legal field, Ms. Snyer McKenna remains up to date by remaining affiliated with the National Association of Counsel for Children, Massachusetts Juvenile Bar Association, and Juvenile Justice Center. She has been an active member in her community, serving as a board member for Merrimack Valley Catholic Charities and the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Lowell.

By reason of Ms. Snyer McKenna’s dedication and commitment to juvenile rights, she was awarded the 2008 Judge Blitzman Award and featured in the 71st edition of Who’s Who.

When Ms. Snyer McKenna is not practicing law, she likes to sing and ride bikes.

Ms. Snyer McKenna dedicates this recognition her mother, Ann Marie Sawyer.

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