Kyle D. Smith is an associate attorney with Alvarez-Glasman & Colvin, handling both litigation and transactional matters. Mr. Smith counsels public and private clients on a variety of issues, including real estate development, environmental law, the Public Records Act, homeowners association law, constitutional law, land use, and general litigation.
Mr. Smith is a graduate of UCLA School of Law, where he earned his Juris Doctor. While at UCLA, he served as the Managing Articles Editor of the UCLA Journal of Law and Technology as well as a Managing Editor on the UCLA Journal of Environmental Law and Policy. Mr. Smith also served as a Judicial Extern for Chief Judge Alex Kozinski in the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, where he gained experience in a broad range of topics involving federal law and appellate procedure.
Prior to joining Alvarez-Glasman & Colvin in 2010, Mr. Smith worked for the Pacific Legal Foundation, where he gained experience in environmental, administrative, and procedural law.
Mr. Smith graduated cum laude from Northern Arizona University in 2007, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in American Political Studies with an emphasis in the American Legal System.
- Juris Doctor, University of California, Los Angeles School of Law
- Bachelor of Science, Northern Arizona University
- United States District Court
- Municipal Law
- Real Estate Law
- Sustainable Development Law
- Land Use and Environmental Law