Attorney Kyle Bruno is an experienced litigator who has won jury trials in both state and federal courts. He handles all aspects of a case, from client intake through trial. Kyle’s practice is client-centered and results-focused. He is motivated by a strong desire to achieve the best possible outcome for every person he represents.
Before joining the Law Offices of Michael S. Lamonsoff PLLC, Kyle was a supervising attorney at a major law firm, where he managed junior attorneys while also representing clients in personal injury, civil rights, and employment discrimination matters. He began his legal career as Assistant Corporation Counsel for the New York City Office of Corporation Counsel, representing the City of New York and its various agencies. While working for the City, Kyle handled a variety of cases, including:
- Sexual Assault
- Construction Accidents
- Employment discrimination
- Labor law
- Police brutality
- Personal injury
Because of his strong performance, he was recognized with a Division Chief award and named Part Head of his litigation unit.
Education and accomplishments
Kyle Bruno attended Seton Hall University School of Law, where he earned a Juris Doctorate in 2013. During his time at Seton Hall, he was awarded the Raymond Tufo Top Constitutional Law Student Award for the Class of 2013 and was named Best Oral Advocate for Appellate Advocacy. Kyle also worked in the Civil Rights and Constitutional Litigation Center at Seton Hall, where he helped represent marginalized individuals who lacked access to legal representation.
Kyle received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, from which he graduated magna cum laude. He was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest honor society for liberal arts and sciences. He also earned a Master of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism from New York University.
In addition to his legal experience, Kyle has experience working in television production. In particular, he has been part of the broadcast teams that produced the 2008 Beijing Olympics, 2012 London Olympics, and Super Bowls XLIII, XLVI, and XLIX. Kyle also previously worked at MSNBC, where he covered politics, finance, and foreign affairs. Kyle recently completed a lifelong goal of traveling to all 50 of the United States.