Kyle Farrar represents clients across a broad range of civil litigation matters, including insurance coverage, medical malpractice, business torts, appeals, land use, property tax, oil and gas, and other real estate matters. His experience honed his ability to distill and implement winning strategies to obtain positive results for his clients.
Before joining the firm, Kyle was a briefing attorney for Justice Paul W. Green of the Supreme Court of Texas. He also interned for Chief Justice Wallace B. Jefferson of the Supreme Court of Texas and Judge Jennifer Walker Elrod of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. In his practice at Ikard Young LLP, Kyle represented large publicly traded companies and individuals in real estate matters, including obtaining a per curiam reversal from the Supreme Court of Texas in case involving a forged home-equity loan and lien.
Kyle graduated magna cum laude from Baylor Law School in 2014 with a Concentration in Business Litigation. While at Baylor, Kyle was a member of the Baylor Law Review and won the 2012 Stetson National Pretrial Competition. Kyle received top marks in four classes and participated in other interscholastic competitions as both a brief writer and oral advocate.
Kyle is licensed to practice in the state of Texas.