Kevin was born and raised in Beckley, West Virginia. A graduate of Woodrow Wilson High School, Kevin completed undergraduate degrees in Government and Computer Science from Wesleyan University before moving to Washington, DC. Before attending law school, Kevin worked for Senator Jay Rockefeller and Congressman Nick Rahall. Kevin then followed in the footsteps of his grandfather, John W. Baker, and attended American University Washington College of Law.
Sarah is passionate about individual rights. While earning degrees in Philosophy and Political Science at Saint Mary’s College, Sarah became involved with the Center for Women’s Intercultural Leadership, working with the local community to encourage women to view themselves as agents of social change. Sarah remained active in women’s rights throughout her law school career, working to protect victims of domestic violence at Break the Cycle and pursuing claims of employment discrimination on appeal at the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. After co-founding Baker & Brown, Sarah left the firm to work at Mountain State Justice in 2011 where she continues to work for individual rights. Since 2011, Sarah has served as “of counsel” to Baker & Brown.
Bob has dedicated his career to working for the poor and underprivileged people of southern West Virginia. For over thirty years, Bob worked tirelessly as an attorney at Appalachian Research and Defense Fund, Appalachian Legal Services, and Legal Aid of West Virginia, including a period as Director of the Appalachian Research and Defense Fund. Bob worked extensively representing low income residents of West Virginia in employment matters, landlord-tenant disputes, civil rights cases, Social Security matters, and consumer issues until his retirement in 2010. In addition to his role as “of counsel” to Baker & Brown, Bob is currently the Chair of the West Virginia Access to Justice Commission, which was founded by the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia.