Kylie M. Schmidt

Areas of Practice
  • Personal Injury/Insurance Bad Faith

  • Business Litigation

  • Appeals

Kylie has spent her entire career handling complex civil litigation matters. Kylie prides herself on listening to her clients and helping them understand the legal system. She enjoys working with people of all ages who have suffered injuries due to the wrongs of others. Kylie is prepared to take a case through verdict when needed, and is proud to call herself a trial lawyer.


Kylie received her bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Texas Christian University. Kylie worked full time as a law clerk at a Denver litigation firm while completing her Juris Doctor at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. She currently serves as a co-chair of CTLA's Amicus Committee, and co-authored CTLA's amicus brief in Rudnicki v. Bianco, Court of Appeals No. 18CA0215 (Colo. App. Jun. 6, 2019).


Kylie spends her free time enjoying the outdoors with her husband and extended family.

Bar Admissions

  • Colorado (2016)

  • United States District Court, District of Colorado (2016)


Professional Affiliations

  • Colorado Trial Lawyers Association, Co-Chair of Amicus Curiae Committee and New Lawyers Division

  • Colorado Women's Bar Association, Member

  • Colorado Bar Association, Member

  • Denver Bar Association, Member


Notable Publications and Articles

  • Author: “History of SLAAP Suits,” Trial Talk, December 2019/January 2020

  • Featured: "Technology," Trial Talk, October/November 2017


  • The National Trial Lawyers: Top 40 Under 40 Civil Plaintiff, 2019