December 13, 2021
Brunini Law Firm announces that Kyle Williams has rejoined the firm as an Associate in the Firm’s Regulatory Department.
Prior to rejoining the firm, Kyle worked in the office of Mississippi Attorney General Lynn Fitch, as the Director of Legislative Affairs and Policy and, later, Director of the Attorney General’s Opinions and Policy Division. In his roles, Kyle served as the Attorney General’s liaison to the Mississippi Legislature, advising her on matters pending before the Legislature and advocating on behalf of her legislative and budgetary priorities. He also worked closely with county boards of supervisors, mayors, and municipal governing authorities seeking legal guidance by official Attorney General’s opinion.
“We are excited to welcome Kyle back to our firm,” said Jim Halford, chair of Brunini’s Regulatory Department. “His commercial litigation and governmental relations work with us before was exemplary. Kyle’s experience then, coupled with that gained in his recent work as the Director of the Opinions and Policy Division of the Mississippi Attorney General’s Office, will certainly strengthen our firm and greatly benefit our clients.”
A native of Meridian, Kyle received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science, with a minor in Campaigns and Elections, from the University of Southern Mississippi. He earned a Juris Doctor from the University of Mississippi School of Law, where he served as an Associate Articles Editor for the Mississippi Law Journal.
Prior to attending law school, Kyle worked as a Policy Assistant at the Mississippi House of Representatives, in the Office of Speaker Philip Gunn. In addition to working on various federal, state, and local campaigns, he also served in the Washington, D.C. office of U.S. Congressman Steven Palazzo.
Kyle serves on the Board of Directors of both the Mississippi Bar Young Lawyers Division and the University of Mississippi School of Law Alumni Chapter, and he is the Chair of the Young Lawyers Division’s Bar Admissions Ceremony Committee. Kyle is a member of Pinelake Church, the Capital Area Bar Association, and Jackson Young Lawyers.