John P. Kamin was born and raised in Woodland Hills, California. He graduated from Chaminade College Preparatory in West Hills and attended the University of Arizona, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in 2002 with a major in journalism and a minor in music.
After graduation, Mr. Kamin spent the next five years as an award-winning journalist at a handful of Arizona newspapers, including the Eastern Arizona Courier and the Prescott Daily Courier. During this time, Mr. Kamin covered politics, criminal proceedings, and real estate litigation. Mr. Kamin subsequently returned to California in 2007 to report on the latest developments in workers’ compensation law at WorkCompCentral, a national workers’ compensation news publication.
While covering the latest appellate decisions in workers’ compensation law, Mr. Kamin quickly realized that he enjoyed the complexities of workers’ compensation law and earned his juris doctorate at the Ventura College of Law. Mr. Kamin interned for John A. Futoran Sr., where he gained valuable insight into governmental workers’ employment law disputes at the Merit Systems Protection Board. Later, Mr. Kamin interned at Creative Dispute Resolution, where he assisted a court-appointed discovery master and gained critical insight into abuses of the civil discovery system.
After being admitted to practice law in the State of California in 2013, Mr. Kamin quickly signed on with the firm of Bradford & Barthel because of its sterling reputation as a leader in California workers’ compensation law.
In his spare time, Mr. Kamin enjoys spending time with his wife and children. He is also an avid sports fan who enjoys rooting for his Arizona Wildcats, Los Angeles Dodgers, and Los Angeles Lakers. Mr. Kamin also enjoys golfing and fishing in his spare time.
Education & Memberships
2012 Ventura College of Law Juris Doctor
2002 University of Arizona Bachelor of Arts (Journalism)
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