In May 2022, Kyle accepted a “detail” assignment with the U.S. Department of Justice Office of Legal Policy in Washington, DC. He will spend the majority of his time working on national policy initiatives concerning emerging technology and artificial intelligence.
When he is working in the Eastern District of Tennessee, Kyle handles a variety of cases involving cybersecurity and cyber-enabled threats, the Darknet, white collar crime, narcotrafficking, organized and violent crime, and election-related offenses. He also serves as the District’s legal counsel for matters related to cybercrime and digital forensics.
Prior to his service as an AUSA, Kyle was a litigation attorney at Miller & Martin in Chattanooga, Tennessee. He also served as a law clerk to U.S. District Judge Sandy Mattice in Chattanooga and a staff law clerk to the United States Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit in Atlanta, Georgia. He began his legal career in Washington, D.C., handling labor, immigration, and employment law matters at the United States Department of Labor. He is a proud graduate of the Tulane University School of Law in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Kyle has two young kids, one mischievous puppy, and an amazing wife. When he’s not prosecuting federal cases, spending time with his family, or cloistered by a global pandemic, he loves travel and scuba diving.
Inspiration: Mike Gallagher; Pledge/Four Way: Laura Cavin; Fellowship: Greg Newman; Zoom: Beth Stubbs