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Kevin M. Kearney


Kevin M. Kearney, a partner in the law firm of Wingate, Kearney & Cullen, LLP, whose mother’s family came from Mayo, Sligo and whose father’s family came from Longford, is a graduate of Manhattan College and St. John’s University School of Law. He is admitted to practice in the courts of the State of New York, the Supreme Court of the United States and the U. S. District Courts for the State of New York. Mr. Kearney regularly represents private individuals as well as corporations in all aspects of real estate matters including purchase and sales of residential properties and any and all financial matters in connection therewith. He has been engaged in representation, education and litigation in all aspects of legal issues facing not-for-profit and religious organizations for more than 25 years. Additionally, he regularly counsels religious, charitable and academic institutions in regulatory, tax, real estate, trust and estate and general corporate matters. He has lectured at Fordham University Center for Non-Public Education and Legal Resource Center for Religious and the National Diocesan Attorney Association. He has served on the New York State Council of Catholic Bishops Legal Advisory Committee. He serves as a Director of Concern Worldwide US, an international humanitarian relief organization which was founded in Dublin in 1968. Concern works in 28 of the world’s poorest countries, including 17 sub- Saharan African nations, and reaches some 25 million people. He has traveled extensively in reviewing projects in Asia, Africa and Central America, and serves as Chairman of its Audit Committee. He was chosen as one of the Irish Legal 100 by the Irish America Magazine and is the recipient of the St. Thomas More Award at the Great Irish Fair. He is currently a Director of Mutual of America Investment Corporation and serves as Chairman of its Audit Committee.

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