This is a story of one law student's unusual path to the law:
- from a normal childhood to homelessness in only five days
- from unjust rules and a failure to uphold his legal rights to valedictorian
- from homelessness to scholar, award-winner and White House liaison
- from undergraduate to law student who aspires to help others who experience homelessness and "have no one to advocate for them"
His current mentor, the Honorable Barbara M.G. Lynn, chief judge of the US District Court, Northern District of Texas and Vice President of the American Inns of Court Foundation, believes his story is so inspiring, she wanted to share it for Mentoring Month. We're glad she did.
Check out the Resources tab for a bunch of articles about Kevin and information on homelessness. Find out more about mentoring on our Ideals page, as well as in the "For Members" or "For Leaders" tabs on the American Inns of Court homepage.