Kyle King, Esq.Associate Attorney
Kyle was born in Scotland and grew up as a military child, living around the world until his father left the Navy and their family settled in Arkansas. Kyle was a stellar football player and was awarded a college scholarship to play football at Lawrence University in Wisconsin where he graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Government.
Kyle moved to the West Coast and attended law school at Thomas Jefferson School of Law. As the son of a Veteran, Kyle was devoted to assisting Veterans in law school where he participate as a student practitioner in the Veteran’s Clinic. Kyle also worked as a mediator for the San Diego Superior Court. Kyle graduated with his law degree in 2016.
While in law school, Kyle met his now wife. They decided to move to Las Vegas and make it their home. After law school, Kyle worked for a family law firm as a law clerk and associate attorney before he joined Rosenblum Law Offices. Kyle also maintains an active philanthropic presence in the greater Las Vegas area including a position on the Board of Directors for a local charity.
In his spare time, Kyle enjoys being with his family, watching sports and playing with his daughter.
Some Interesting Facts About Kyle
Can you dance?
I can not dance.
Do you remember your dreams?
Very rarely do I remember my dreams.
What is something that amazes you?
I am amazed by the mechanical workings of hand made watches.
Do you prefer that people shoot straight with you or temper their words? Why?
Shoot straight. There is nothing worse than worrying about something when you could simply know what is going on.
How old were you when you learned how to ride a bike?
I learned to ride a bike at 5.
Which store would you choose to max out your credit card?
I would max my credit card out Best Buy.
What is the best part of your job?
The best part of my job is being able to help people who are overwhelmed by their circumstances.
What is at the top of your bucket list?
The number one item on my bucket list is to purchase my mother a Porsche convertible. I made that promise to her when I was 8 and hope to one day reach that milestone as it is the only promise I have made to her that I have not been able to fulfill.