[VIDEO] Faculty Spotlight: Kenneth Biedzynski on Seeking Justice for Clients and Using His Musician Skills to be a Better Lawyer

Angelica Cesario | August 21, 2020

Kenneth Biedzynski started his legal career as a paralegal and eventually found himself going to law school to learn more and seek justice for his clients. Ken is a full-time lawyer and also a full-time musician and shares how his musical career helps make him a better attorney. As Ken aptly states, “when you are before a jury, you’re performing” and music taught him how to perfect those skills and express himself without even speaking. 

What advice would he share for new litigators? Be yourself and find your style, even if your authentic self is unorthodox. Why? Juries are watching you and jurors can tell the real from the fake. Wise words, Ken!

Check out the video below to learn more about Ken including his admiration for the late Kobe Bryant, and his tried and true tips for how to win over a jury.

 



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Written by Angelica Cesario

Angelica Cesario is Lawline's Lead Program Attorney. She graduated cum laude from Amherst College in 2008 and holds a B.A. in Women's and Gender Studies and a Certificate in Latino and Latin American Studies. She received her J.D. from Columbia Law School in 2013 and is admitted to practice law in New York and New Jersey. Before joining Lawline, Angelica worked as a plaintiff-side labor & employment litigation attorney. Outside of work, Angelica serves on the Board of Directors of the TEAK Fellowship, a non-profit academic and cultural enrichment program that provides educational access to top NYC students. Angelica is the proud mom of an energetic toddler. During her free time, she enjoys reading, trying new foods, and catching up on her favorite TV shows.

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