Adam Kevorkian earned his bachelor’s degree from San Francisco State University, a master’s degree from Loyola Marymount University, and his Juris Doctorate from Southwestern Law School where he received the CALI Award (highest grade in class) for legal research and writing. In law school he was recruited by the Trial Advocacy Honor’s Group to participate alongside honor team members in an American Bar Association mock trial competition prior to applying and being accepted into the honor’s group.
Prior to joining Lower & Kesner, Mr. Kevorkian worked as a university lecturer in English and as a professional writer. His love of the intricacies of language translates well to the complexities of Workers’ Compensation law. As a former owner of his own civil litigation law firm, he prides himself on his responsiveness to his clients, mindfulness of his client’s expenses, and a direct approach in moving cases forward.
Mr. Kevorkian is a long-time practitioner of martial arts, a former competitive runner, and enjoys time spent with his wife and twin sons.