Kylie B. Lovell joined Tjornehoj & Hack in 2018 as an associate attorney. Kylie is licensed in both Texas and Colorado and her practice focuses on the preparation of mineral title opinions.
Prior to joining Tjornehoj & Hack, Kylie worked as a civil litigator and gained invaluable experience representing plaintiffs in a variety of lawsuits involving complex property issues and probate. Kylie obtained her J.D. from Texas A&M University School of Law in Fort Worth, Texas, where she served as an editor on the Journal of Real Property Law and took many real property, oil and gas, and land use elective courses. Kylie also holds a Bachelor of Arts in French from Baylor University (Sic ‘Em Bears!).
Outside the office, she and her husband stay busy keeping up with their two daughters and two dogs.
Texas A & M University, College of Law
Juris Doctorate, May 2013
Bachelor of Arts, French, May 2009
Texas Supreme Court: 2013
Colorado Supreme Court: 2015
United States District Court, Colorado: 2017