This user helped get "Blueford v. Arkansas" listed at Did You Know on the main page on 3 March 2018.
This user helped get "Lafler v. Cooper" listed at Did You Know on the main page on 12 April 2018.
This user helped get "Regents of University of California v. United States Department of Homeland Security" listed at Did You Know on the main page on 2 February 2018.
This user helped get "Sessions v. Dimaya" listed at Did You Know on the main page on 8 May 2018.
This user helped get "United States v. Forty-Three Gallons of Whiskey" listed at Did You Know on the main page on 1 April 2018.
This user wrote "Lafler v. Cooper" which became a good article on 3 July 2018.
This user is a Clerk of the Arbitration Committee.


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Noia 64 apps karm.svg This user has been on Wikipedia for 8 years, 5 months and 13 days.
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Hi, I'm Kevin! I'm an editor from Des Moines, Iowa. Good to meet you! Face-smile.svg

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Most of my content work is in law-related articles; I also help out with a broad array of maintenance tasks. Here's my probably-outdated to-do list:

Standing collab/review offer: If you have an article about a United States Supreme Court case that you would like to collaborate on improving or would like a GA review on, please let me know!

I work with Wikimedians of Iowa User Group, the Foundation's movement affiliate in the great State of Iowa. If you live in Iowa, or are interested in helping out in any way, please drop me a line!

Since February 2015, I've served as Clerk of the Arbitration Committee, which means that I assist with the administration and running of the arbitration process in accordance with the arbitration policy. I may sometimes take actions on behalf of the Arbitration Committee in that capacity, pursuant to either delegated authority or explicit authorization on an internal mailing list run by the Committee. If I make a mistake, please let me know! You can also appeal those actions by email to or

I work with sockpuppet investigations as a clerk, which means that I help make determinations of sockpuppetry by analyzing evidence and preliminarily endorsing/declining requests for CheckUser. Are you confused or frustrated by the process? Here is a guide to responding to a case at SPI.

The best way to contact me is through my talk page, but if you prefer to keep it off Wikipedia, you can email me. I'm also sometimes on IRC as "L235".

Other things: