Beginning his law career in 2005, Kevin is a Partner with McGraw Morris where he heads the firm’s Municipal Law section. He focuses his practice in municipal litigation and municipal law, with an emphasis in government contracts, planning and zoning, tax increment financing, property law, and utility law.
He started his municipal career working for the Floyd County Ambulance Service in Iowa and as a reserve officer for the Floyd County Sheriff’s Department. He later became a full-time police officer with the cities of Bowman, North Dakota, Nora Springs, Iowa, and Leon, Iowa. He also worked undercover for the North Iowa Area Narcotics Task Force and as a reserve officer and a tactical officer with the Forest City Police Department. He left his career in law enforcement and went to work in the City Manager’s Office for the City of West Des Moines, Iowa before being appointed the City Administrator for the City of Clio, Michigan.
Kevin received his J.D., graduating cum laude, with a certificate in Litigation, from the Thomas M. Cooley Law School. In law school, he was an Assistant Editor – Thomas M. Cooley Law Review and was on Mock Trial National Team, Moot Court Board, and Mock Trial Board. Kevin received his Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Drake University with honors in 1999 and received his Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration from Upper Iowa University in 1997.