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- Reba Kennedy, Writerwriter, lawyer, present
Reba Kennedy is a 5+ year professional writer who takes her 20 years experience as an AV-preeminent rated lawyer (complex business litigation and high-dollar personal injury matters) to write in the area of legal affairs and legally related SEO web content as well as lifestyle (voluntary simplicity) and career change. Reba also provides Social Media Consultation to clientele that include many nationally-recognized premier law firms with practices in a variety of specialty areas.
A graduate of the University of Texas School of Law, she is a member of the prestigious Texas Bar Foundation and American Mensa. Reba was an Inductee into the 2011 Inaugural Edition of the Bar Register of Preeminent Women Lawyers.
In addition to her private law practice, Reba served as a Bexar County Commissioner in Eminent Domain Proceedings for several years. She also undertook the dual role of attorney/guardian ad litem for abused and neglected children in Bexar County CPS cases from 2006-2009.
Reba's work is routinely seen in a variety of national publications, including the Chicago Sun-Times, Reuters, CNN.com, Computer Shopper, AnswerBag, Chefs.com, and AllGreen as well as regional publications across the country. In September 2010, Reba became a contributor to Scoop!, the official blog for JD Supra. Reba also coauthors the top-ranked blog "Terry Lenamon on the Death Penalty" with nationally known Florida death-qualified criminal defense attorney Terry Lenamon, Esq.
Her voluntary simplicity lifestyle blog, Everyday Simplicity, has been nationally syndicated since 2007. She is an expert in search engine optimization, and her work consistently achieves top Google rankings (top 1-5) in search results numbering in the millions with these results holding steady over a period of years.
Her book, Indigent Defense in America Today, coauthored with Terry Lenamon, Esq. is due out in Fall 2011.