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I graduated from Westfield High School and then attended the Williston Northampton School in Easthampton, MA as a post-graduate. I continued on to Trinity College in Hartford, CT where I received a bachelor’s degree in Political Science.
Following in the footsteps of two of my older brothers, I attended the Western New England University School of Law in Springfield, MA. I graduated from law school in 1993.
During my last year of law school I was asked by the Hampden County District Attorney to become a “3:03” prosecutor, which allowed me to actually prosecute criminal trials even before graduating from law school. I conducted approximately 30 criminal trials before graduating from law school.
After graduating and passing the bar exam (yes, I passed it on the first attempt), I became a full-time prosecutor in the Hampden County District Attorney’s office, in order to get as much jury trial experience as I could before going into private practice.
I engaged in approximately 100 trials and other criminal litigation hearings as a prosecutor, mostly in the Holyoke District Court.
In 1994, I went into private practice with a small firm in Springfield, MA.
Along with a large criminal defense practice, I began my civil litigation career, handling everything from car accident personal injury cases to contract disputes.
In 2000, The Law Offices of Thomas Kokonowski, Esq. was founded. From my offices in Northampton and Springfield Massachusetts, I have: