Kyle currently provides legal advice and representation to “dual-eligible” individuals in collaboration with a local health plan. His focus is on addressing the home stability needs of referred plan participants, including housing, family, consumer, public benefits, and/or elder law issues with the goal to provide overall legal wellness for those in need as identified by the health plan.
Kyle interned with NLS in 2016 assisting with PFA and custody cases. He was also a summer associate for Cohen & Grigsby, P.C. in 2017 before joining Dentons Cohen & Grigsby P.C. as an associate in their Litigation and Dispute Resolution Group where he handled complex commercial disputes, insurance coverage cases, construction litigation, and litigation involving trade secrets and restrictive covenants. Most recently, Kyle was selected to the 2023 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers® Rising Stars® list.
Kyle received a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the University of Pittsburgh in 2015 and his Juris Doctor from The Pennsylvania State University Dickinson School of Law in 2018. He is admitted to practice in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court and the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania and is as a member of the ACBA.
Kyle went to law school to make a difference in his clients’ lives through advocacy and effective representation and knew that joining NLS would allow him the opportunity to do just that on a daily basis. He believes that public interest legal services organizations are the driving force behind that which makes the legal profession so rewarding and meaningful and that lawyers, at their core, are problem solvers and the clients of civil legal aid organizations face some of the most challenging and emotionally taxing legal problems of any participant in the entire judicial system.