Kyle Somers has a rich, multifaceted background in education. His law practice encompasses serving as a trusted advisor to school districts and public entities in matters involving board governance, open records, employment and labor issues, special education and general legal matters.
His interaction with clients and understanding of the day-to-day issues they face is bolstered by his training as an educator. He is a Pennsylvania-certified social studies teacher and has a degree in History Education from the University of Delaware. There, he received both the College of Arts and Sciences’ Outstanding Student Teacher Award and the William B. Keene Memorial Scholarship for a student showing exceptional promise as a future educator.
While in law school, Kyle served as Editor-in-Chief of the Syracuse Law Review. He has also taught a course on school law at Ursinus College and regularly conducts in-school training on various issues for clients.
- Syracuse University College of Law (J.D., magna cum laude)
- S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications (M.S.)
- University of Delaware (B.A.)
- New Jersey
- United States District Court Eastern District of Pennsylvania
- United States District Court District of New Jersey
- United States Court of Appeals, Third Circuit
Areas of Practice
- Civil Rights Defense
- Employment Discrimination
- Labor and Employment
- Special Education
- Student Services
- Pennsylvania School Boards Solicitors Association, Member
- Education Law Association, Member
- Pennsylvania Bar Association, Member