Kevin A. Elsenheimer Along with James Young and Bryan Graham, Kevin Elsenheimer formed the law firm of Young, Graham & Elsenheimer, P.C., in 1996. Before going into private practice, Kevin served as Antrim County Assistant Prosecuting Attorney from 1994 to 1995. In 2004, Kevin Elsenheimer was elected to the State House of Representatives, 105th District. In 2006, Kevin was re-elected to a second term in office. Mr. Elsenheimer is a senior principal in the law firm of Young, Graham, Elsenheimer, & Wendling, P.C. ACADEMIC BACKGROUND
Law School: Wayne State University Law School J.D., 1993 Founding member: Wayne State University Environmental Law Society
College: Michigan State University Bachelor of Arts, 1987 Major cognates: Psychology, History, Philosophy
Northwestern Michigan College Associate of Arts, 1985; Traverse City, Michigan Majors: Psychology, Business
Member, State Bar of Michigan Member, Grand Traverse-Leelanau-Antrim Bar Association
Mr. Elsenheimer is a speaker at seminars on the topics of zoning, land use, road law, and adult oriented businesses.