Kyle practices primarily in the areas of real estate, construction, and business law. Kyle applies his writing background and significant experience in business negotiations to advocate strongly and creatively for his clients. He understands that the business perspective can add color to legal analysis and suggest different methods for successful resolution of a dispute. Kyle competed as an 800-meter runner for Boise State Track & Field and his athletic background instilled in him a fire for healthy competition and desire to excel in his efforts.
Kyle has successfully represented clients in various forms of civil litigation, most often disputes over real property boundaries or easements, business contracts, or construction defects. Kyle has also worked on zoning matters, defending or opposing zoning applications for large-scale projects with local governments.
Prior to attending law school, Kyle was Vice President of Business Development and Human Resources at one of the largest and highest-producing residential real estate teams in the country. He has a love and appreciation for Idaho land and real property, and its intersection with life and the law. His stepfather was a realtor, his father has worked in a variety of construction roles, and his grandfather was a federal land appraiser and wildland firefighter.
Prior to become a licensed attorney, Kyle had the opportunity to serve as a legal intern to Chief Justice Matthew Durrant of the Utah Supreme Court. Drafting preliminary court opinions, conferencing with the judge regarding merits of arguments before the court, and observing the judge’s decision-making process was a foundational experience in building his understanding of our court system and persuasive advocacy.
During law school, Kyle was a Lead Note and Comment Editor of the BYU Law Review. He graduated with honors and received the top grade awarded in Land Use Law and Evidence courses. He also served as a research assistant for Dean Gordon Smith, a nationally renowned scholar on business law.
Kyle is a member of the Idaho State Bar and is admitted to practice law before all Idaho state and federal courts. He participates in the Bar’s business, real estate, and litigation practice sections.
BYU J. Reuben Clark Law School, Juris Doctorate, 2018
Boise State University, Bachelor of Arts, English, 2013
Magna Cum Laude