Austin Kennady

Austin Kennady

“I am excited to return to McCracken County to begin working in profession where I can be of service to others. I want to be an active member of this community and participate in making it a place we can all be proud to call home.”

Austin Kennady is a native of McCracken County and grew up in the Heath community where he and his family still reside.  Austin graduated from Heath High School with honors in 2007 and graduated Cum Laude from the University of Kentucky with a Bachelor of Arts in History in May 2011.  While at UK, Austin participated in the Student Government Association; Sigma Chi Fraternity where he served as treasurer of their charity event; and while an undergraduate, began active participation in an investment group of 16 and he still serves as treasurer of that group.

Upon completing his undergraduate studies, Austin attended the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law where he was granted a degree of juris doctor in May 2014.

While still in high school, Austin developed an interest in and respect for the law.  He worked for a local firm as a senior in high school and began working as a law clerk for Bryant Law Center during his breaks from law school. At Bryant Law Center, he gained experience far beyond the classroom and has been honored to work with a knowledgeable, experienced, attorneys and staff whose work ethic and skill are highly respected and second to none. This association helped Austin know he wanted to return to western Kentucky to begin his career. His association with Bryant Law Center enabled him to work while in law school for a firm in Louisville where he gained additional client and research experience.

Austin is an active member of New Liberty United Methodist Church.

Classes: International Law, Immigration Law, Real Estate Transactions, Land Use and Planning, Sports Law, Immigration Law, Disability Law, Criminal Procedure, Criminal Law, Family Law, Decedents’ Estates, Environmental Law,