Kevin graduated from the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia in 1986. Following graduation, Kevin worked in Washington, DC for Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan of New York, Representative Frank Pallone of New Jersey, and Senator Harris
Wofford of Pennsylvania. Following his work on Capitol Hill, he worked as a political consultant in Pennsylvania and New Jersey and as an editor for a weekly newspaper on the Main Line of Philadelphia.
Starting in 1995, Kevin began working as a complex
litigation paralegal in Philadelphia. As a paralegal at Berger Montague PC, Kevin served as the chief paralegal for Connecticut’s anti-trust lawsuit against the tobacco industry. In 1998, he served in a similar capacity for Duane Morris LLP, which
served as lead counsel for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s lawsuit against the tobacco companies.
In 1999, Kevin was admitted to the Evening Division Program at Widener University School of Law in Delaware and completed his J.D. while working
full-time as a paralegal. Despite his busy academic schedule and work schedule, Kevin found time to join the Moe Levine Trial Advocacy Honor Society and represented Widener Law School’s Delaware Campus in national and local mock trial competitions.
After graduating from law school, Kevin worked as a contract attorney for a multi-national pharmaceutical company and several law firms.
Kevin began a full-time practice in Delaware County in December 2006 focusing on criminal defense.
Kevin Is a member of the Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the Delaware County Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and the Delaware County Bar Association