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Kyle is an associate in the firm’s Litigation department in Louisville. Kyle represents clients in general business litigation and advises businesses on issues of law and technology. He counsels clients on software license disputes, data license agreements, technology service agreements, data privacy, and cybersecurity.  Whether working with emergent technologies like blockchain, or now-traditional technologies, Kyle helps businesses identify legal risks associated with technology and develop policies and procedures to mitigate those risks.

He is a 2017 graduate of the Vanderbilt University Law School, where he founded the Law and Technology Society. As a law student, Kyle helped plan Nashville's 2nd Annual Data Monetization Conference as well as an award-winning Legal Hackathon. Prior to law school, he managed network administration and information security for a healthcare data analytics company, building professional experience around risk management, data privacy, security incident response, and regulatory compliance.  He earned his undergraduate degree in political science from the University of Louisville and also holds a Master of Science in Applied Information Technology from Bellarmine University.

While at Vanderbilt, Kyle clerked for the United States Attorney’s Office, focusing on the areas of healthcare fraud, white collar crime, and computer crime prosecution.

Community Involvement

  • Nashville Cards (University of Louisville Alumni Association Chapter) President, 2016-2017
  • Music City Legal Hackathon Board Member, 2016-2017
  • Family Scholar House Technology Committee Chair, 2013-2014
  • Vision Louisville 
    • Routers Subcommittee Chair, 2013
  • University of Louisville Libraries Board of Associates, 2007-2010

Professional Leadership

  • Ignite Louisville, Leadership Louisville Center, 2019-2020
  • IAPP KnowledgeNet Chapter Chair, Louisville, 2019
  • Code for Kentuckiana, the Code for America brigade, Steering Committee, Louisville 2019



“Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Technology: How does it work and what are the implications on the law?” ABA Young Lawyer’s Spring Conference, May 2018


University of Louisville, Political Science, B.A.

Bellarmine University, Applied Information Technology, M.S.

Vanderbilt University Law School, J.D., 2017

  • Kentucky, 2017
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