Kevin is VP of Education & Community Programs at Neota Logic, supporting law schools and other organizations around the world that use the Neota platform in courses and clinical programs to teach students how to create applications that replicate the thinking and actions of legal and compliance professionals. The principles that underlie the courses he designs are conveyed in the Chicago Kent law review article he coauthored, Thinking Like a Lawyer, Designing Like an Architect: Preparing Students for the 21st Century Practice. He’s also an Adjunct Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center and Cornell Law School, where he works with students as they create apps that promote access-to-justice and discover their programming power using the Neota platform. Before joining Neota, Kevin worked as a litigation associate at Donovan Leisure Newton & Irvine in New York City and did pro bono work for the Brooklyn DA’s Office, writing appellate briefs and arguing appellate cases. He also ran his own consulting practice in corporate communications, creating media for corporations including McGraw-Hill, Citibank, Unilever, and Disney. Kevin graduated from Duke Law School where he won the school’s moot court championship and has an undergraduate degree from Boston College.