UCLA School of Law, J.D., 2021
Occidental College, B.A., 2015
Kerry is an associate in the Los Angeles office and is currently serving a rotation in the business department He assists providers and suppliers in working toward their goal of ensuring an effective health care system for all people.
A graduate of UCLA School of Law, Kerry served as an editor for the UCLA Law Review, where his Comment on prescription drug monitoring and criminalization was selected for publication (forthcoming). Kerry also served as the Chief Articles Editor for the UCLA Journal of Law & Technology (JOLT) and a Writing Advisor to first-year law students. During law school, Kerry served on the UCLA Moot Court Honors Board and was awarded Top Advocate and Best Defense Team at UCLA’s Fall 2018 internal mock trial competition. He also served on the boards of UCLA’s Health Law Society, OUTLaw, the Queer and Trans People of Color Collective, and the Asian/Pacific Islander Law Student Association.
Kerry previously interned at civil rights and employment litigation organizations. Before law school, he was a research associate with the California Medical Association, where he helped lead the Association’s Diversity & Inclusion work.
Kerry graduated from Occidental College with Honors, where he received a B.A. in Politics.