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I’m brought in to help resolve unique issues that get complicated and don’t fit squarely into one distinct area of law. I like delving into those problems and working with clients collaboratively to come up with their next best move.

Kevin helps individuals, businesses and municipalities navigate complicated legal problems and resolve disputes related to real estate, employment and corporate law. He draws upon his diverse experience and deep curiosity to provide clients with a straightforward analysis with their best interests top of mind.

With a strong grasp of technical legal subject matter, Kevin paints a clear picture of a situation and gives clients a realistic assessment of their case. He then advises on steps to consider so they can make confident decisions about the way forward.


Prior to joining Socius Law Group, Kevin served as a law clerk for the Honorable Anne Schindler of the Washington State Court of Appeals, and as a staff attorney for the Northwest Consumer Law Center, where he represented low-income clients in consumer related disputes.


During law school, Kevin externed for the Honorable Ronald B. Leighton of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington and served as a member of the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court team. From a young age, Kevin wanted to get into public service to help people.


J.D., University of Washington School of Law

B.A., Philosophy, Seattle University


Commissioner for City of Seattle Commission for People with Disabilities

King County Debt Clinic Volunteer

Seattle University Board of Trustees, Member

Western Washington Bankruptcy Clinic Volunteer

Volunteer Attorney for the Northwest Consumer Law Center


Washington State Bar Association


King County Bar Association

Harry S. Truman Scholar



Kevin is a fifth-generation Idahoan who has called Seattle home for more than ten years. As a recreational soccer player and bicyclist, he can often be found on the soccer field or along one of Washington’s many bike trails. Because Kevin grew up with epilepsy, he connected with advocacy groups and speaks as a patient advocate. This experience helped drive his desire to pursue a career in law and public policy.