Kyle E. Gray
Kyle Gray is a commercial litigator who works on matters for clients in various industries, including representations of higher education clients and natural gas pipeline companies. Kyle has experience handling pre-trial phases of litigation, including drafting pleadings, producing and reviewing discovery, researching complex legal issues, resolving discovery disputes, preparing and opposing pre-trial motions, and readying witnesses for depositions. Kyle has also been involved in various stages of appellate litigation, including the preparation of merits briefs.
A graduate of Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law, Kyle served as student counsel in the school's Appellate Litigation Clinic, where he gained experience with work on a federal habeas petition and presented oral argument in the Third Circuit Court of Appeals. He was also a pro bono intern for the Pennsylvania Innocence Project. During his time as a summer associate for Saul Ewing, he supported associates and partners in their commercial litigation work. Kyle was also a judicial intern for Judge Robert B. Kugler in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey.
During law school, Kyle was a teaching assistant for a class on torts and he provided editorial and research assistance for the book Unfair: The New Science of Criminal Justice by Adam Benforado.