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Kenneth V. Farino, Sr.

Kenneth is a Partner whose primary areas of law are real estate law, business law, and sports & entertainment law. His undergraduate education included attending the United States Air Force Academy, and he graduated from William & Mary College in 1967. Additionally, Kenneth graduated from the University of North Carolina in 1971; during his tenure at law school, Kenneth was the Chief Justice of the Holderness Moot Court bench.

Professional Experience

- Partner, Farino Law PLLC, 2017 – present

- Independent practitioner, 1975 – 2017

- Associate, Mays-Valentine, 1971 – 1975

- In-house counsel, King’s Creek Plantation, 1998 – present

Kenneth V. "KV" Farino, Jr.

K.V. is a Partner whose primary focus is general practice, where the emphasis is on the client whose needs he can effectively meet. K.V.’s general practice includes trusts and estates, real estate law and foreclosures, debt collection, and general litigation. He graduated with cum laude honors from the University of Miami School of Law in 2015, and received his Bachelor of Arts from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2012.  He served as the Chief Notes and Comments Editor on the Race and Social Justice Law Review, and was a member of the Society of the Bar & Gavel.

Professional Experience

- Partner, Farino Law PLLC, 2017-present

- Independent practitioner, 2015-2017