|Andrew Kinney, Esq., graduated from the University of Notre Dame and Marquette Law School (Law Review, 1990-92). He began practicing Social Security Disability Law in 1992. He is licensed in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Ohio, and New York. He is also authorized to practice before the Federal District Court of Minnesota.He has presented on Social Security Law topics at William Mitchell College of Law, Minnesota CLE, National Business Institute, MSBA, and at national conferences in Chicago, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Phoenix, and San Antonio for the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives. He is an editor of NOSSCR’s Five Volume Social Security Practice Guide. He began and chairs the Social Security Disability Law Section for the Minnesota State Bar Association.
Admitted to practice:
- Marquette Law Review
- Co-chair, Social Security Disability Law Section, Minnesota State Bar Association, 2010-2012.
- Former Trustee, National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives.
- Speaker, “Social Security Essentials,” Minnesota Continuing Legal Education, May 2010, November 2010
- Speaker, “Rethinking Cross-examination”, NOSSCR, Chicago National Conference, September 2010.
- Speaker, “Cross-examination: From Theory to Practice,” NOSSCR, Baltimore National Conference, May 2011.
- Presenter on Social Security Benefits Law, Minnesota state agencies (2011).
- Presenter on Social Security Benefits Law, Minnesota and Wisconsin state case workers, 2010-11.
- Instructor, “Cross-examination at Social Security Hearings”, Legal Aid Conference, William Mitchell College of Law, June 2011.
- Published, “Social Security Benefits Hearing: A Client’s Legal Guide”, Smashwords, 2010.
- Speaker, “Social Security Claim Representation 101,” Minnesota State Bar Association, September 2011
- Speaker, “Social Security Benefits for the Employment Lawyer,” Minnesota Continuing Education, October 2011
- Speaker, “Field Guide to VE Cross-examination”, NOSSCR San Antonio National Conference, November 2011