Kenneth 'K.C.' Perry
Kenneth 'K.C.' Perry is excited to join the Cirkiel Law Group after practicing law in Los Angeles, California for seven years. Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, K.C. graduated from Southwestern Law School in 2011. After being admitted to the California bar in 2012, he opened his own practice in L.A. as a sole practitioner. There, his practice centered on criminal defense and plaintiff’s personal injury litigation while also serving clients with landlord/tenant disputes, family law matters, entertainment law, and estate planning.
His entire legal career has focused on helping individuals who have been wronged or mistreated. He regards himself to be a passionate advocate who is dedicated to providing the best legal representation that is available to all his clients; always working hard to protect the rights and interests of the individuals he represents. K.C. strives to have his clients see him not only as their attorney but also as a trusted advisor, a person ready to listen, who is dedicated to helping each client meet their needs and goals.
He hopes to help his clients achieve or exceed their goals while providing guidance as they navigate through our country’s complex legal system. He is particularly well suited to provide legal assistance and counseling to clients of the Cirkiel Law Group because his family has been actively involved for three generations with The Fowler Center for Outdoor Learning, a year-round camp in Michigan that caters to children, youth, and adults with disabilities.
K.C.'s other interests include music, sports, technology, golf, and the entertainment industry. When not working, he enjoys traveling, camping, and giving back to the community in any way possible including volunteering at non-profit and humanitarian aid organizations. K.C. lives in Austin with his fiancée and together they have a beagle named Duke. He has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Communications from The University of Miami, a Juris Doctorate from Southwestern Law School, and is licensed to practice law in the States of Texas and California.