Kyle earned his juris doctor at UCLA School of Law. While studying at UCLA, he served as the Managing Articles Editor of the UCLA Journal of Law and Technology as well as a Managing Editor on the UCLA Journal of Environmental Law and Policy. Kyle also served as a Judicial Extern in the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, where he gained experience in a broad range of topics involving federal law and appellate procedure.
When Kyle started his own practice, he had one primary goal in mind: to create an affordable client-centered practice.
Most people that interact with lawyers on a regular basis have noticed that the legal industry is plagued by outdated business practices. Lawyers produce unintelligible work product, engage in questionable billing practices, and neglect the importance of client satisfaction and understanding. While other industries have moved into the 21st century with ease, lawyers have had to be dragged kicking and screaming. Kyle seeks to create a different kind of practice.
Kyle charges competitive rates that are up-front and listed on his website. He e-mails invoices directly to his clients and allows for online credit card payments for flat fee services. Kyle also refuses to bill his clients for check-in e-mails or brief phone calls. These business practices help facilitate an open and stress-free attorney-client relationship.
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