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Kevin A. March

Kevin (he/him) grew up in Western Washington. He graduated from the University of Washington in 2002 with B.A. degrees in Spanish and social welfare. Kevin worked as a paralegal for several Seattle law firms until attending the University of Washington School of Law, where he graduated in 2012. Following graduation, Kevin served as a law clerk for Justice Charlie Wiggins at the Washington State Supreme Court. After working briefly in civil litigation, Kevin joined Nielsen Koch & Grannis in 2014, where he handles indigent appeals in criminal, parental rights, and involuntary civil commitment cases in the Washington courts.

Kevin recently served on the Washington State Bar Association Court Rules and Procedures Committee, where he chaired the subcommittee on the rules of appellate procedure. In 2017, he was recognized by the Washington Defender Association for his successful litigation efforts challenging the imposition of appellate costs against his indigent clients.

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