Kevin Kampschror joined Shook and Stone in June 2014. Kevin brings professional
experience as well as significant litigation experience for a young lawyer.
Kevin is experienced in
workers’ compensation, criminal defense, and
social security disability. Kevin is the Division Head for workers’ compensation and criminal defense.
Legal Education & Early Experience
Kevin received his Bachelor’s of Science degree from the University
of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2002. Kevin graduated
Magna Cum Laude from Thomas Jefferson School of Law in 2013 in San Diego, CA. Kevin was
an editor on Law Review and, among several academic awards, was named one of
Who’s Who in America’s Universities and Colleges in 2013.
While in law school, Kevin worked in five different offices with the San
Diego County Public Defender and represented many defendants in various
capacities ranging from high profile homicide, sex offenses, serious felonies,
and lower level felonies. Kevin tried a bench trial as well as co-chaired
a felony jury involuntary manslaughter trial and has made hundreds of
court appearances in criminal court. Upon admission to the bar, Kevin
also gained experience with misdemeanors, post-conviction, direct criminal
appeals, and administrative hearings.
Providing Effect Representation in Workers' Compensation
Kevin’s litigation skills are an excellent fit for workers’
compensation and criminal defense. Kevin has a background in performance,
which makes him a very effective advocate in front of judges and juries
alike. Since joining Shook and Stone, Kevin has litigated many workers’
compensation hearings before the Hearings Officers and Appeals Officers,
as well as criminal cases. Kevin also has an extensive business background
prior to becoming an attorney and has been in executive management with
a Fortune 500 company.
Community Involvement & Memberships
Kevin strives to give back to the community and has been recognized by
the Legal Aid of Southern Nevada as being in the Top 50 Club for pro bono
hours. Kevin also volunteers his time through the Children’s Attorneys
Project representing foster children, as well representation of criminal
defendants at various stages. Memberships include NACJ and NJA, where
he is heavily involved with the workers’ compensation section. Kevin
has been featured in Nevada Lawyer Magazine, as well as the Advocate.
Kevin is admitted to practice law in the State of Nevada as well as the
United States District Court, District of Nevada.
J.D., Thomas Jefferson School of Law
B.S., University of Nevada, Las Vegas