Kevin Lucey has been an attorney and a sole practitioner since 1992. He specializes in personal injury, civil rights, contract disputes and criminal law litigation. He has helped his injured clients obtain settlements and awards through simple negotiations, arbitrations, mediations and trials. He has also secured acquittals or obtained favorable settlements for many of his clients accused of crimes.
Kevin is admitted to practice in the courts of the State of Oregon and the United States District Court for the District of Oregon. He volunteers for the Multnomah Bar Association where he has served on the Equality Committee and chaired the Pro Bono Committee.
Kevin received a degree in Business Administration from Trinity University in San Antonio, TX and his law degree from Chicago–Kent College of Law, where he was a Kent Legal Scholar from 1990–1992. While at Kent, he served as an extern for Federal District Court Judge Marvin E. Aspen, was a member of Law Review and was honored with membership in the Order of the Coif.
Kevin also served in the United States Navy from 1981 to 1989 as a helicopter pilot. He is currently a Commander in the Navy Reserve, where he has served as an Officer from August 1989 to present.
Kevin grew up in Portland, Oregon, and attended Lincoln High School. After college, military service and law school Kevin returned to Portland to live and practice law in 1992. He is an avid tennis player and sports fan.
Education & Credentials
- J.D., 1992, Chicago–Kent College of Law, Kent Legal Scholar, Law Review, Order of the Coif
- B.A., 1980, Trinity University
- U.S. Navy Helicopter Pilot, 1981-1989. Commander, U.S. Navy Reserve, 1989 - Present
- U.S. District Court, District of Oregon