Attorney Kyle R. Guelcher
Attorney Kyle R. Guelcher

Attorney Kyle R. Guelcher

Kyle R. Guelcher is admitted to practice before the State and Federal Courts in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the State of Connecticut.  He has litigated in Federal Court, Superior Court, Probate Court, District Court, and Small Claims Court and his trial experience includes jury and jury waived trials, hearings, and motion practice.

An active member of the Massachusetts Bar Association, he has participated on the Membership Committee, New Technologies Committee, Law Day Committee, Business Law Section, Strategic Planning, and the Intellectual Property Practice Group.  He is a current member of the Massachusetts Bar Association's House of Delegates. He is a former Chair of the Young Lawyers Division of the Massachusetts Bar Association.  Additionally, Mr. Guelcher is a former member of the American Bar Association's House of Delegates where he participated in legislation and contributed to rule changes.  In 2013, Mr. Guelcher became a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation, an honorary organization of lawyers, judges, and legal scholars whose public and private careers have demonstrated dedication to the welfare of their communities and to the principles of the legal profession.  In October 2013, he became a Fellow of the Massachusetts Bar Foundation, a society of Massachusetts attorneys and judges who are committed to giving back to the profession and who support legal services to the poor.  He is a sustaining member of the Hampden County Bar Association.  Kyle is an alumni and former member of the Board of Trustees for North Carolina Wesleyan College. 

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