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  • J.D., Cumberland School of Law, Samford University, 2016
  • B.S., Auburn University, 2013

Bar Admissions

  • Alabama, 2016

U.S. Court Admissions

  • United States District Court for the Northern District of Alabama, 2017

Kyle joined the firm in 2019 and uses his experience to practice in varying areas of litigation, business & commercial transactions, commercial real estate, and general counsel services. Kyle represents clients in local, national, and international matters. Prior to joining the Leo Law Firm, Kyle practiced law in Birmingham, Alabama and focused on insurance defense litigation, representing corporations, business, and insurance companies ranging from insurance policy disputes, to worker’s compensation claims, to automobile injury suits. 

Kyle earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and Political Science (minor) from Auburn University and his Juris Doctor from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University. While in law school, Kyle was a Senior Editor on the Cumberland Law Review and a member of Cumberland’s National Trial Team. Kyle also served on Cumberland’s Trial Advocacy Board, directed the Parham H. Williams Trial Competition, and was twice selected to work as a teaching assistant to the Honorable John L. Carroll and professor Deborah Young. Kyle won Cumberland’s James O. Haley Federal Trial Competition two consecutive years and was twice selected to receive the Nat Bryan ABOTA award for trial advocacy.

Outside of the office, Kyle enjoys traveling, golfing, and spending time with his wife, Alyson, and their friends and families.

Honors / Achievements:

  • Cumberland Law Review
  • Cumberland National Trial Team
  • Cumberland Trial Advocacy Board
  • Scholar of Merit (High Grade Award), Contracts
  • Dean’s List (All Semesters)
  • Nat Bryan ABOTA Award for Trial Advocacy
  • Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges

“No man is above the law and no man is below it; nor do we ask any man’s permission when we ask him to obey it. Obedience to the law is demanded as a right, not asked as a favor.” – Theodore Roosevelt