Kevin Love hubbard

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Kevin brings extensive experience in civil rights litigation to Medina Orthwein, including individual and class employment discrimination and wage and hour claims and constitutional claims involving police and prison misconduct.  Kevin has represented clients at all stages of litigation, including in multiple jury trails.

Prior to joining Medina Orthwein, Kevin was an associate at Sanford Heisler Sharp, a public interest law firm focused on employment discrimination.  There, Kevin represented nationwide classes and collectives of women with claims of gender discrimination.  Kevin also represented individuals with cutting-edge employment claims, including claims of transgender discrimination and discrimination on the basis of association with LGBTQ individuals.  Kevin also deepened his expertise in constitutional civil rights litigation, including as co-lead trial counsel in a jury trial for claims of excessive police force in the federal court and as a member of a trial team bringing Eighth Amendment claims in federal court for deliberate indifference to an inmate’s serious medical needs.

Previously, Kevin was a commercial litigation associate at Morrison & Foerster in San Francisco, with cases including complex contracts disputes, government contracts bid protests, and trademark infringement claims. More importantly, Kevin maintained an extensive pro bono practice.  He represented clients in multiple constitutional civil rights actions, focusing on excessive police force, unreasonable search and seizure, and religious discrimination claims.  Kevin also represented San Francisco tenants facing eviction at all stages of their claims in multiple pro bono housing matters.

Kevin graduated from Yale Law School in 2012.  While at Yale, Kevin participated extensively in clinical programs like the Iraqi Refugee Assistance Project, for which he served as Co-Chair and Co-Legal Team Director.  Kevin also served as a class representative for the Yale Law School Student Representatives and as a Board Member for the Initiative for Public Interest Law at Yale.  Immediately after law school, Kevin clerked for Judge Neil V. Wake in the United States District Court for the District of Arizona.

Before attending law school, Kevin was a middle school science teacher, teaching 8th grade science in Phoenix, Arizona, with the Teach for America program.  Kevin graduated from The Pennsylvania State University with Honors and Highest Distinction in 2007.