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University of Texas School of Law (1987)
Baylor University (1984)
Bachelor of Science, with honors
Licensed in the State of Texas
Texas Council of School Attorneys
State Bar of Texas
Paige Kyle has represented Texas school districts for almost her entire legal career. Her experience in handling insurance defense litigation helps her advise school district clients preventively, as a means to avoid potential litigation when possible.
Paige focuses her legal practice in the areas of employment law and school board support. She advises superintendents, human resources directors, and other school administrators in handling personnel matters from assistance with appropriate documentation to possible employment action, unemployment and EEOC matters, and more.
Her work with school boards includes routine legal advice both during and outside of board meetings as well as assisting with superintendent searches. She also advises clients regarding legal issues related to the Open Meetings Act and Public Information Act.
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