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Kevin Krainz L’13

Kevin’s path to public interest law began in 2007 when he served as a full-time volunteer at Cabrini Green Legal Aid in Chicago, an organization that represents low-income individuals in housing, criminal record, and other legal matters.  While at Penn Law, he further pursued these areas of interest by completing an internship in the housing division of Community Legal Services of Philadelphia and serving as the Executive Director of Penn Law’s Criminal Record Expungement Project.  

 

Kevin graduated  from Penn Law in 2013 with a joint Masters in Public Administration. He clerked for the Honorable William C. Griesbach in the Eastern District of Wisconsin and then obtained a position at the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) through the HUD honors program. Kevin currently works in the Seattle Regional Office. He reviews affordable housing transactions and provides in-house legal advice on a variety of HUD programs, including public housing, Native American housing, and community planning and development.