Kyle Gruder is a commercial litigation and municipal land use attorney. In addition to conducting legal research and analysis, he prepares discovery devices and drafts pleadings, motions, and legal memoranda. He is also a contributor to the firm’s Long Island Land Use and Zoning blog.
While in law school, Kyle was a staff member and Articles Editor on Volumes 45 and 46, respectively, of the Hofstra Law Review. He was also a law student intern for the school’s Community and Economic Development Clinic.
Previously, Kyle was a law clerk and summer associate at the firm. He was also a legal intern at Jakubowski, Robertson, Maffei, Goldsmith & Tartaglia, LLP and an intern for United States Congressman Lee M. Zeldin.