My love of the law is rooted in a love of justice. While I enjoy and excel at the intellectual and strategic aspects of a case, I never lose sight of the real world impact cases have on our clients and society in general. My practice is therefore driven by constant recognition of the fact that no case is small to those who are affected by it. At Ciresi Conlin, I work collaboratively with the finest team to strive for just outcomes for our clients.
Kyle is an associate at Ciresi Conlin. Prior to joining the firm, he served as an Assistant Attorney General in the Minnesota Attorney General’s Office, where he represented the Minnesota Department of Revenue in state and federal court.
Kyle served as a law clerk to Judge Diana Murphy of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit.
Kyle graduated from Stanford Law School. While there he focused on public interest law, and represented clients in social security proceedings and school placement matters. As a magna cum laude graduate of Macalester College, Kyle majored in political science and minored in legal studies, Spanish, and philosophy.