Kevin grew up in Houston, Texas. He spent almost a decade in the United States Marine Corps, serving in the infantry and attaining the rank of Staff Sergeant. While he was stationed with the First Light-Armored Reconnaissance Battalion at Camp Pendleton, California, he deployed to combat zones in Afghanistan twice.

As an upper-level law student, he worked as a teaching assistant for three first-year courses: Federal Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law, and Legal Practice. He was a member of the executive board of the Texas Tech Law Review and was a brief writer and oral advocate on several national moot court teams. Kevin graduated from law school with honors and was inducted into the National Order of Scribes, an honor society recognizing outstanding written advocacy skills. Kevin is active in Lubbock’s legal community: he is a member of the local chapter of the American Inns of Court. He also volunteers as a coach for moot court teams from the Texas Tech School of Law.

Kevin began as a clerk with Glasheen, Valles & Inderman in August of 2018 during his third year of law school and joined the firm full-time exactly one year later. He now represents clients who have been severely injured by the negligence of others. Specifically, Kevin takes the lead on briefing in the months leading up to trial, during trial, and in the firm’s post-judgment motions and appeals.

In the Marines, Kevin honed his leadership and problem-solving skills. He also developed a keen attention to detail and the ability to adapt to any situation. Now, as an attorney, he uses those skills to advocate and obtain the best results for our clients.