Kyle H. Dreyer
Kyle joined the firm in 2022. He has served as lead trial counsel across the nation and has successfully tried many complex cases over his 35-year legal career. He is a nationally respected authority in the field of trial advocacy and litigation management. Kyle is also an Adjunct Professor at Baylor Law and Program Coordinator for the Baylor Law Executive LL.M. in Litigation Management.
Kyle’s prior trial practice included nationwide representation of a major domestic automotive manufacturer and component part manufacturers. He also served as trial counsel for large corporations in the petroleum, agriculture, and consumer beverage industries, among others. In addition to mentoring the team and helping scale the firm’s continued growth and litigation management, Kyle is directly involved in select catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases.
Kyle is a member of the Texas and Oklahoma Bar Associations. He was selected as a Texas Super Lawyer 13 times since 2006 and Best Lawyer in America every year since 2008 (including 2014 “Lawyer of the Year” in personal injury and product liability) until he retired to coordinate the Baylor Law LL.M. in Litigation Management. Kyle was a D Magazine Best Lawyer recipient multiple times and was also named an original Leon Jaworski Fellow of Baylor Law’s prestigious Practice Court Program.
When he is not practicing law, Kyle enjoys golfing, fly fishing, and spending time in Park City Utah. He is married to Wendy May, a lawyer who serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors for iCivics. Together, they have six children, three of whom have graduated from Baylor, one who is at TWU, and another who is a sophomore at Baylor. Their youngest is a competitive hockey player and baseball player.
Professional Associations and Memberships
State Bar of Texas
State Bar of Oklahoma
American Bar Association
International Association of Defense Counsel 2012 Trial Academy
Honors and Awards
Texas Super Lawyers – 13 Time Recipient
Best Lawyers in America 2008-2021
Leon Jaworski Teaching Fellow for the Baylor School of Law’s prestigious Practice Court Program
Baylor University School of Law 1984
Baylor University 1982