OVERVIEW AND EXPERIENCE
Kyle Pierce was born and raised in Lexington, North Carolina. Kyle graduated from Central Davidson High School and attended Campbell University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in political science and minored in business administration.
After Kyle graduated from Campbell University, he enrolled in and graduated from Elon University School of Law. Kyle’s passion for justice and social change blossomed at Elon University School of Law where he participated in various pro bono service projects, such as The Innocence Project, People Not Property, and the Name Change Clinic. Participating in the Innocence Project, Kyle evaluated post-conviction cases of those who continued to claim innocence after being convicted of capital offenses. Upon graduation, Kyle received a Pro Bono Service award from the North Carolina Bar Association. Kyle also served as a student mentor for first-year law students.
Kyle has experience with many public interest organizations, including a nonprofit organization, where he assisted in defending indigent criminal defendants and worked on family law and domestic cases. As part of Elon’s Residency Program, Kyle worked for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) where he gained experience in defending the rights of marginalized groups in North Carolina communities.
HONORS & AWARDS
- North Carolina Bar Association Pro Bono Service Award
- Elon University, J.D.
- Campbell University, magna cum laude (Political Science, Pre-Law; Business Administration minor)
- North Carolina
Professional Associations and Affiliations
- North Carolina State Bar
- Alamance County Bar