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Kyle Smith

Corporate Commercial Solicitor

Areas of practice

Employee Navigation Corporate / Commercial

Kyle joined BTTJ in January 2020 after working in Birmingham as a Legal Assistant for a Commercial Law Firm. Previously to this he worked with a German Law firm in Düsseldorf (both in the office and remotely whilst studying).


Kyle graduated Law with German LLB from Aberystwyth University in 2016. During his studies he attended Ruprecht Karls Universität Heidelberg for a year studying German law and language modules. Kyle then went on to study International Law at Christian Albrecht Universtität Kiel, for an LLM international qualification – in which he graduated cum laude.


Kyle graduated with a commendation in the LPC (Legal Practitioners Course) from the University of Law in July 2019.


He joined our Commercial team as a Paralegal in 2020, mainly working on straightforward business sales and contract drafting, he also assisted with matters relating to Employment Law. Kyle began a training contract with BTTJ in September 2021 and he qualified as a solicitor in March 2023.


Kyle’s duties throughout his career with us also include assisting our Senior Partner.


Kyle spends 75% of his working time dealing with Corporate / Commercial matters and 25% of his working time dealing with Employment matters.


Kyle is a confident German speaker and maintains good connections with the German legal profession often being able to provide a much needed link between contacts.

Latest blog posts...

Update: Pandemic event and Brexit clauses in contracts, are they still relevant?

27th March 2023
News Plus

As we emerge from the world of the Pandemic into 2023, we still see some of the effects of Covid 19 and the Brexit deal negotiated by HM Government. Supply chains are still strained (with many industries, such as car manufacturers still struggling to catch up with the demand for new cars affected by the computer chip shortage). With the spring forward into the new year, in reviewing contracts...

Congratulations to Kyle Smith!

2nd March 2023
News Plus

Congratulations are in order for team member Kyle Smith who officially qualified as a Solicitor today! Kyle joined our Commercial team as a Paralegal in 2020. As of the beginning of September 2021, he became a Trainee Solicitor with the firm, as well as being part of our Corporate Commercial team, his duties throughout his career with us also include assisting our Senior Partner....