Kyle West graduated from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville in 2008 with degrees in Criminal Justice and Sociology. He then went on to attend law school at the University of Arkansas School of Law in Fayetteville.
During law schoool, Kyle scored top marks his first year and was selected to write for the Food Law and Policy Journal. Kyle was also selected to be the incoming first year class’s Torts Law Teaching Assistant for Professor Robert B. Leflar, the namesake of the school.
Kyle clerked at several larger Little Rock civil litigation law firms in the summer, and worked for a real estate law firm during the school year to help with tuition. He also interned for the Fayetteville City Attorney.
During school, Kyle received an academic scholarship his first year and was selected for the Dean’s List. He was asked to join the Journal of Food Law and Policy and to write an article for the Journal.
Kyle was the teaching assistant for Torts. He was a member of a legal fraternity, and made many social contirbutions to the Student Bar Association. Upon graduation, Kyle spent his first few years learning the ins and outs of “real world” law practice working for personal injury firms.
He branched out on his own in 2016 and decided to focus on Criminal Defense and Family law.
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