Project Description

Kyle was born in the Caribbean island nation of Trinidad & Tobago, and immigrated to the United States at the age of thirteen. Shortly after moving to the U.S., Kyle took the New York City Specialized High Schools Admissions Test, and earned a spot to attend math and science focused Stuyvesant High School.

Kyle worked in the tech sector for a number of years and after leaving New York City, moved steadily westward, living in Austin, San Antonio, and Phoenix before arriving in Las Vegas. After settling in Las Vegas, Kyle attended the University of Las Vegas, Nevada and earned both Bachelors and Masters degrees in Chemistry. While Kyle was in Graduate School, he served as the President of UNLV’s Graduate & Professional Student Association (UNLV’s graduate student government), and Chair of the Nevada Student Alliance – a statewide alliance of student governments. In these roles, Kyle also lobbied the Nevada State Legislature on education, research, and state budget issues.

Kyle subsequently attended Georgetown University Law Center, where he served as a Resident Fellow for two years. While at Georgetown, Kyle made the Dean’s List, and twice won the “Iron Tech Lawyer” competition for Legal Expert Systems software he developed on both the Neota Logic, and CALI A2J software platforms.

Prior to joining Hall Jaffe & Clayton, Kyle served as Senior Advisor to Congressman Steven Horsford, staffing him on the U.S. House of Representatives Homeland Security Committee, and Financial Services Committee. Kyle advised the Congressman on a wide variety of issues, including National Security, Cybersecurity, Immigration and Financial Services.

Kyle is married to Dr. Sarah Johnson, a Las Vegas chiropractor. They have three children: one human, and two canine. Kyle is currently completing his PhD in Chemistry at UNLV, and claims he has no free time to devote to any hobbies.