Hey, it’s been a minute. Our last podcast came out at the beginning of January and here we are in the 2nd week of February. This past month has been wild in terms of US politics, and I also needed some hibernation time for myself.
But I’m crazy excited to introduce you to Casey Kennedy, an attorney specializing in title search and heirs property resolution. Casey is the founder of Hogan Land & Title, a premier real estate title abstracting and genealogy services company, and the Principal Attorney for The Law Offices of Casey E. Kennedy, LLC.
Casey is an alumnus of Duquesne University School of Law and graduated cum laude with a concentration in Energy & Environmental Law. She is passionate about solving heirs property issues in Appalachia and protecting land ownership in rural communities throughout the south. Before practicing law in West Virginia and South Carolina, Casey was an offshore fisherman in Kachemak Bay, Alaska and a specialized surface and subsurface title researcher.
When she is not working she can be found spending quality time with her adorable toddler, husband, 47 house plants, and two dogs. She’s a muralist, avid gardener and enjoys cycling and hiking.
It’s been a privilege to get to know Casey, and I’m excited she was able to come on The Eco-Interviews to share her story of working in the energy industry to transitioning to business ownership with the mission of helping people and the planet.
Find the transcript of this interview at https://www.eco-interviews.com.