Kyle Sherman is a graduate of Louisiana State University Law School. After graduation, he worked for famed criminal defense attorney Roy Black in Miami, Florida. For the last 15 years, Kyle Sherman has been concentrating on personal injury litigation in Lafayette and throughout Louisiana. Like Charles Brandt, Kyle Sherman handles both small claims and large cases, with recoveries ranging from thousands of dollars to multi-million dollars. Kyle Sherman is admitted to practice in the U.S. District Courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Louisiana, the Louisiana Supreme Court, and all district courts in the State of Louisiana. Kyle is also admitted to practice in the Texas Supreme Court and all district courts in the State of Texas.
Kyle Sherman graduated from the Gerry Spence Trial Lawyers College, studying jury trials under some of the most talented lawyers in the country, including Gerry Spence who was named one of the top ten lawyers of the 21st century and is arguably the best trial lawyer ever. Kyle Sherman was elected the representative of his graduating class which included mass tort litigators, capital offense defenders and a two-time National Trial Lawyer of the Year. Kyle Sherman is a former board member of the F Warriors, a group of Gerry Spence Trial Lawyer College Alumni who are committed to the jury system and to representing and obtaining justice for individuals. The F Warriors represent the poor, the injured, the forgotten, the voiceless, the defenseless and the damned, protecting the rights of such people from corporate and government oppression. Kyle Sherman continues his training with the Gerry Spence group several times a year, traveling to Wyoming, California, Texas and Colorado.
Kyle Sherman is an instructor for Trojan Horse, a group that travels the country teaching lawyers to deliver their client’s story in a way that is memorable, compelling, and emotionally congruent. The method is specific, detailed, efficient and challenges trial lawyers to push themselves to the limit by intense training that is critiqued and videotaped. As he teaches, he is also critiqued, challenging Kyle to grow with every trial lawyer he trains.