Kevin M. Baldwin

Attorney, San Francisco Office

Direct Dial: 415.352.2724

Practice Areas

Bar Admissions

  • California, 2012

Court Admissions

  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
  • U.S. District Court, Central District of California
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of California
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of California
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of California


  • Tulane Law School - J.D., Maritime Law Certificate, cum laude, 2012
  • University of Oregon - B.S., Journalism and Communications, 1996

Practice Experience

Kevin Baldwin is a litigator who represents corporate and insurance interests in matters primarily involving maritime transportation. He is involved in all phases of the litigation process where his specialization in maritime law during laws school gives him a unique perspective on the defense of his clients.

During law school, Kevin clerked at the firm of now federal district court judge for the Middle District of Louisiana, John W. deGravelles in Baton Rouge. In addition to his other law school accomplishments, Kevin was the Editor-in-Chief of Tulane Law School's Maritime Law Journal, a member of the John R. Brown Moot Court team, and was Co-President of the Tulane Maritime Law Society. He was a recipient of the Harry F. Stiles Endowed Scholarship for the study of maritime law.

Prior to his legal career, Kevin worked in various capacities in the software industry.

Professional and Civic Involvement

  • Spaulding Wooden Boat Center (Pro Bono Attorney; Member, Board of Directors, 2012-2014)

Awards and Honors

  • Recipient of the Harry F. Stiles Endowed Scholarship for the study of maritime law.

Publications and Presentations

  • Author, "A Carrier by Any Other Name: Is it Time to Expand the Definition of a COGSA Carrier?" 35 Tul. Mar. L.J. 389 (2011)

Outside the Firm

Outside of the office, Kevin enjoys sailing and seamanship; hiking, backpacking and other outdoor pursuits; home improvement projects; and the restoration of classic cars and trucks.