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Chief Forensic Officer, Carney Forensics
John Carney is an attorney at law and management consultant with many years of experience leading organizations and providing solutions in software and information technology for industry and government. John Carney earned a Juris Doctor with a certificate in dispute resolution at Hamline University School of Law. He is licensed in Minnesota both as an attorney and a qualified neutral capable of serving as a mediator and arbitrator. He is a member of the Minnesota State Bar Association and participates as an officer in the Bar’s Computer Law Section. He is also a member of the American Bar Association, the Ramsey County Bar Association, and the Richard T. Oakes Inn of Court. John Carney is very active as a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He holds a bachelor's degree in Architecture from the Media Lab at MIT in Cambridge, Mass. He serves as an Education Counselor for MIT and interviews and advises high school seniors seeking admission to MIT. He served as President and Board Chair of the MIT Alumni Club of Minnesota. In his last year in office MIT recognized the Minnesota Club with the Presidential Citation Award, the highest honor MIT bestows upon any individual or group. He recently began serving as a member of the Board of Directors of MIT’s global Alumni Association and serves as Chair of its Finance Committee. He also serves on the President's Committee. He is a solo attorney in St. Paul. MN and specializes in technology, business and nonprofit law. He also has a successful career in technology and has a solo IT consulting business. John Carney is an adjunct professor and Hamline University where he teaches a Law Office Technology course to seniors in the Legal Studies program. He represented and advocated for MPIRG (Minnesota Public Interest Research Group) on the MinnCan pipeline campaign as a pro bono attorney before the Public Utilities Commission and the US Army Corps of Engineers.
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