Kyle is a third-six pupil accepting instructions in the areas of crime, civil and family law.
Before starting his pupillage, Kyle worked as a legal officer for a Greater London Local Authority. Here he conducted a caseload of general civil litigation, housing (social and private) and Local Authority prosecution work. He regularly appeared before the Magistrates’ and County Courts in hearings and trials.
Kyle has also worked as a paralegal where he assisted Solicitors with landlord and tenant, property (residential and commercial) and associated litigation. He ran a debt recovery caseload and represented clients at charging order hearings in the County Court. Using this experience, he later freelanced as a telephone adviser with the National Landlords Association where he advised on all aspects of renting and possession proceedings.
Additionally, Kyle has volunteered with the The Brighton Housing Trust as a housing adviser, and Street Law Project where he taught criminal law to secondary school pupils.