Kevin Briggs is a North Carolina native who grew up in Norfolk, Virginia. He attended Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School and went on to graduate from Old Dominion University where he dual majored in Philosophy and Political Science.
During college Kevin also studied in Panama City, Panama. During his 10 month stay he traveled, studied, and volunteered assisting school children with conversational English.
After graduating from Old Dominion University, Kevin received a partial scholarship to Regent University. In his first year he received The Eagle Award in both torts and property, an honor given to the student for having the highest grade in the class. During Law School he volunteered for the Legal Aid Society of Eastern Virginia, and interned for the Virginia Beach Public Defender and Newport News Commonwealth Attorney.
Kevin’s volunteer work with Legal Aid opened his eyes to the significant obstacles poverty creates for many members of the Hampton Roads community. It also ignited his passion for service to others.
Immediately after passing the Bar Exam, Kevin was hired with the Legal Aid Society of Eastern Virginia. There, he successfully represented clients with landlord/tenant issues, custody and family matters, and government benefits disputes.
Kevin joined Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers to continue to fulfill his passion for helping others. His practice is now entirely focused on helping those injured through no fault of their own.
In his spare time he enjoys screenwriting, yoga, cooking, and the outdoors with his dog Simon. A fun fact about Kevin is that he farms oysters on the Eastern Shore of Virginia.