Kevin Hollinz L’13
Kevin is currently a staff attorney at the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP) in Seattle, WA. He specializes in citizenship cases involving complex “criminal-immigration” issues. Prior to joining NWIRP, Kevin clerked for the Honorable William C. Griesbach in the Eastern District of Wisconsin and then worked for the Department of Housing and Urban Development for four years. During law school, Kevin was actively involved in the Criminal Record Expungement Project, Pardon Me Clinic, and Immigrant Rights Project. He also earned a master’s in public administration from the Fels Institute of Government. Kevin is happy to discuss public interest career strategy with any Penn Carey Law students, especially those interested in immigration law, housing law, or government service.