Kyle is an Associate in the Litigation Practice Group. His practice primarily focuses on civil litigation. Kyle also has experience in various areas of criminal law, land use law, local government law, administrative law, constitutional law, employment law, labor law, contract law, and civil rights law.
Kyle earned his J.D. at Howard University School of Law, where he received the CALI award for achieving the top grade in his Civil Rights Litigation class.
Kyle acquired practical experience working as an Assistant County Attorney in Louisa, Virginia. He had the responsibility of drafting contracts and responsive pleadings, litigating cases involving both quasi-criminal and civil matters, and providing advice and counsel to the County to ensure compliance to Local Government regulations and the Freedom of Information Act. Kyle also acquired practical experience as an Assistant Corporation Counsel at the New York City Law Department. He handled investigations and litigation for Juvenile Delinquency Cases in Brooklyn Family Court.
Prior to attending law school, Kyle was a student government representative while studying at Virginia Tech.
OUTCOMES AND EXPERIENCE:
- Advised Louisa County’s Planning Commission and Board of Supervisors as Amazon planned an $11 Billion investment in the county to establish two data center campuses.
- Successfully defended Louisa County at a State Building Code Technical Review Board hearing.
- Resolved a contentious zoning matter that had existed for nearly ten years.
- Efficiently and competently managed a large case load of juvenile delinquency cases.
PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
- Local Government Attorneys of Virginia (LGA)
- Old Dominion Bar Association
- Virginia Association of Defense Attorneys (VADA)
- Human and Civil Rights Clinic, past