UC Berkeley School of Law
New Lawyers Chair
Kevin is a rising third-year at University of California, Berkeley School of Law. During his time at Berkeley Law, Kevin has served as co-chair for Queer Caucus. He also has worked as a research assistant for Professor Russell K. Robinson, contributing to his examination of HIV public health policies. Kevin is currently an associate editor on California Law Review and is finalizing a note for publication titled “Veiled Refuge: Examining How LGBTQ Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence Have Unequal Legal Coverage.”
Kevin has previously worked at the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office, Major Crimes Division and at the East Bay Community Law Center. In the summer, he will be a fellow for the San Francisco Trial Lawyer’s Association. In the fall, Kevin will be an extern for the Honorable Judge Charles R. Breyer in the Northern District of California.
Kevin attended NYU for his undergraduate and graduate studies. In 2014, he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Politics. In 2015, he earned a Master of Arts in Psychology with a specialization in Forensic Psychology.
Outside of his legal studies, Kevin is the general manager of the San Francisco division of Varsity Gay League, the largest LGBTQ recreational sports organization in California. He also is training for his fifth half-marathon.