Opinions & Policy
Kyle Williams is the Director of the Opinions and Policy Division. Prior to joining Attorney General Fitch’s office, Kyle practiced law at a commercial defense firm located in Jackson, Mississippi, where his practice included commercial litigation, appellate, and government relations. He was recognized in the 2019 edition of Mid-South Rising Stars in appellate practice by Super Lawyers®.
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. Kyle served as an Associate Articles Editor for the Mississippi Law Journal and as a Student Editor for the Journal of Space Law.
Prior to attending law school, he served as a Policy Assistant at the Mississippi House of Representatives, in the Office of the Speaker. 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 is a Co-Chair of the Capital Area Bar Association’s Bench and Bar Relations Committee, he 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, Jackson Young Lawyers, and serves a committee member on the Jackson Chapter of Delta Waterfowl.
Kyle lives in Jackson with his wife, Claire, daughter, Anne Frances, and golden retriever, Fitz.