Salve Regina University, 2013
Roger Williams University School of Law, 2020
Kelvin Santos worked as a summer associate with Henneous Carroll Lombardo in 2019 and served as an intern throughout the subsequent school year. Kelvin worked primarily on matters pertaining to education and special education law and will continue to focus on these areas.
Kelvin received his bachelor’s degree in Administration of Justice, with a concentration in Juvenile Justice, from Salve Regina University. Kelvin later attended Roger Williams University School of Law as a member of the Honors Program and graduated cum laude in May 2020. Kelvin served as President of the school’s Student Bar Association in his third year.
A native of the Cape Verde Islands, Kelvin participated in the law school’s immigration clinic, and received the CALI award in International Law. Directly, following law school, Kelvin worked as a clerk for Bremer Law and & Associates, LLC, focusing primarily on BIA appellate briefs, and circuit court appellate briefs. Kelvin then worked as an associate attorney, focusing on a range of immigration matters, including asylum, adjustment of status, cancellation of removal, and citizenship.
Prior to attending law school, Kelvin worked for Boys Town New England in a variety of programs, focusing mainly on residential placement and behavior modification. Kelvin also worked independently as a Registered Behavioral Technician, providing in-home behavioral therapy to children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. Kelvin has served on Boys Town’s development subcommittee, assisting the board of directors with fundraising, event planning, and hosting its annual gala.
Kelvin is an avid collector of fountain pens and vinyl records, and he enjoys practicing Spencerian penmanship and calligraphy. Kelvin serves as a founding board member for The Annual Geoff Higginbotham Memorial.