G. Kenneth Bernhard, Attorney
G. KENNETH BERNHARD is a principal in Cohen and Wolf, P.C. Municipal, Business & Corporate, Real Estate and Family Law Groups. Dividing his time between the firm's
Mr. Bernhard is active in state and local matters. From 1997-2005, he was Westport's State Representative to the Connecticut General Assembly and served as an Assistant Minority Leader. Mr. Bernhard previously served as
Mr. Bernhard is admitted to practice law in
In 2008, House Minority Leader Lawrence Cafero appointed Mr. Bernhard to serve as a member of the Citizens Advisory Board which oversees the Office of State Ethics, an independent watch-dog agency that replaced the State Ethics Commission in 2005. Mr. Bernhard was elected Chairman of the Board and served until 2010.
Mr. Bernhard received his B.A. in 1966 from
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