Attorney Richard Kalinowski graduated from Worcester State University  with a B.S. in Business in 1979 and earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Tulsa College of Law in 1982.  Attorney Kalinowski has been licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts since December, 1982 and is also licensed in the U. S. District Court for Massachusetts.
Attorney Kalinowski began his legal career while attending Tulsa Law as a law clerk in a small general practice law firm.  Attorney Kalinowski served as a staff attorney with the Worcester Sheriff's Office  in the administrations of Sheriffs Herman, Flynn, and Glodis from 1983 through 2012.  Attorney Kalinowski returned to private practice with offices in the historic Pullman Building at 27 West Mountain Street in Worcester and has recently relocated downtown to a new office location at 35 Harvard Street.  Attorney Kalinowski has been an adjunct faculty member of criminal justice and legal studies throughout his professional career at Anna Maria College and has also taught st Becker College, and Fitchburg State University.  In continuing professional education, Richard has appeared on a regular basis as an instructor, panel member and guest speaker.
Attorney Kalinowski is a member of Worcester County Bar Association and Massachusetts Bar Association.
Richard Kalinowski was born and raised in Worcester in a cultured, religious family as the youngest of seven brothers and sisters who all graduated from St. Mary's Grammar and Senior High School.

"Effective lawyering means truly helping people with their needs  -  with conviction and compassion."