Originally from Colorado, Kevan attended the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado. There he double majored in Political Science and Economics with a Special International Emphasis.
After his undergraduate, Kevan moved to San Francisco, California to attend the Golden Gate University School of Law. While in law school he specialized in tax law, earning a Specialization Certificate in Tax Law with distinction. Kevan also served as the Executive Articles Editor of the Golden Gate University Law Review and co-authored an article published in the thirty-eighth volume of the Golden Gate University Law Review with Jessica L. Hannah. Kevan was a teaching assistant to Professor Eric C. Christiansen, a leading scholar in the area of comparative Constitutional law, was recognized for a variety of other achievements, and graduated at the top of his class.
Upon graduating from law school, Kevan moved to San Diego, California to attend the Graduate Tax Law Program at the University of San Diego School of Law. There he earned his Master of Laws in Taxation (LL.M) – the highest educational degree in tax law.
Kevan has previously worked for the California State Board of Equalization Taxpayer Appeals Assistance Program. Today Kevan also serves as a volunteer attorney for the Legal Aid Society of San Diego, donating his tax litigation and controversy experience to help low-income taxpayers.