Kevin Daley

Volunteer: Kevin Daley


After college, Kevin Daley joined the U.S. Peace Corps and taught refrigeration at the Western Samoa Technical Institute. A few years after graduating from Howard Law School, he started his law firm, now in Cambridge, MA. He has taught law at Bunker Hill Community College of Boston for over a dozen years and has volunteered in his various communities.  Kevin studied fiction writing at Cambridge Center for Adult Education, Grubb Street in Boston, a summer writing program at Charles University in Prague, and an Algonkian workshop at a California lighthouse. Hidy Ochiai—a Martial Arts Hall of Fame inductee—awarded Kevin a black belt in karate. He lives in Reading, MA.

1986 - 1989

Contributions from Kevin Daley

  1. Samoa See The World

    I was supposed to leave the country, but it wasn’t looking good, being 120 feet in the air surrounded by dozens of police and firemen straining their necks to see me. It went down like this:After living it up one night, I sat alone on my front porch pondering a life of tomorrows because my departure was imminent. An adventurous, altruistic pursuit below the equator had beckoned to me. I was 24 years old, and felt hesitant to leave the hometown I knew so well for so much of the unknown. Sunset...

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“Sunset at the Railroad” by PCV Nicholas Baylor Hall. Namibia, 2011.