Donald E. J. Kilmer, Jr.
is Professor of Constitutional Law at Lincoln University the Law School and a practicing attorney specializing in constitutional law and civil rights cases. He received his B.A. in political science at San Jose State University and J.D. from Lincoln University the Law School.
Among his legal cases, he successfully prosecuted a federal civil rights suit against Santa Clara County arising when gun shows were banned at the county-owned fairgrounds. This suit was a companion case to Nordyke v. Santa Clara County
that went to the Ninth Circuit on commercial free speech issues. He is currently prosecuting a federal civil rights suit (Nordyke v. King
) against the County of Alameda that arose when the county sought to ban gun shows at the county owned fairgrounds in Pleasanton.