Kevin V. Kozal specializes in real estate transactions and land use law. Kozal's practice includes representing clients before various administrative agencies, including city councils and planning commissions, and in real estate transactional matters.
During law school, Kozal served as staff member and publication editor for USC's Major Tax Planning and The Computer Law Journal.
Kozal currently is Vice-Chair of Step Up on Second, a nonprofit headquartered in Santa Monica that provides services and supportive housing to individuals affected by serious mental health issues and individuals experiencing chronic homelessness. Kozal also is a past president and current board member of Many Mansions, a nonprofit housing provider in Thousand Oaks. He is also a board member of the Santa Monica Chamber of Commerce. He has served as vice president of finance and as a member of the board of directors for Senior Health and Peer Counseling (now WISE and Healthy Aging). He has also served as the chairperson of the Thousand Oaks/Westlake Village Regional Chamber of Commerce's Government Relations and Land Use Committee and as a member of the Malibu Chamber of Commerce's General Plan Task Force. In addition, he volunteers with the Loaves & Fishes program at Saint Jude's Catholic Community in Westlake Village.
University of Southern California, J.D.
University of Southern California, M.B.T.
University of Santa Clara, B.A., Accounting, cum laude