Kylie M. Schmidt

Senior Lawyer
Kylie M. Schmidt
Service to CTLA Award, 2021
The National Trial Lawyers: Top 40 Under 40 Civil Plaintiff, 2019-2024
Colorado Trial Lawyers Association, former Board Member, former Co-Chair of Amicus Curiae Committee, former Co-Chair of the New Lawyers Division
Colorado Women's Bar Association, Member
Colorado Bar Association, Member
Denver Bar Association, Member
Colorado Plaintiff Employment Lawyers Association, Member
Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association, AAJ State Delegate, Chair of the Women’s Caucus
Primerus Society of International Law Firms, Member
The National Trial Lawyers

Areas of Practice

Personal Injury & Wrongful Death
Medical Malpractice
Employment Litigation


University of Denver Sturm College of Law, J.D.
Texas Christian University, B.A. in Political Science
South Dakota (2023)
Colorado (2016)
United States District Court, District of Colorado (2016)
Kylie has spent her entire career handling complex civil litigation matters and representing individuals in personal injury, employment, and medical malpractice cases. She enjoys working with people of all ages who have suffered injuries or injustices due to the wrongs of others. She prides herself on learning her cases inside and out, which provides an edge when she needs to effectively convey her client’s story. Kylie takes the time to listen to her clients and help them understand the legal system. Her gift of caring and communicating clearly with clients provides them with the support, confidence, and reassurance needed during a devastating time in their lives.
Kylie tirelessly advocates for her clients’ voices and stories. Seeking out the truth and confronting wrongdoers with their bad behavior drives Kylie’s passion for trial work. Simply put, she holds wrongdoers accountable; from workplaces that mistreat employees, to doctors and medical professionals who injure patients, to negligent parties who cause irreversible injuries, Kylie’s primary goal is to make sure that the victims of wrongful conduct become victors.
Kylie is prepared to take every case she litigates through trial, to verdict, and is proud to call herself a trial lawyer.


“Government Transparency in the Equality State: A Practitioner’s Primer on the Wyoming Public Records Act,” The Coffee House, May 2023.
Author: “History of SLAAP Suits,” Trial Talk, December 2019/January 2020
Featured: “Technology,” Trial Talk, October/November 2017


Panelist with Raleigh Hansman and Dani Borel, “Litigation Basics, Jury Selection, and Technology: Tips and Tricks,” ABA GPSolo, LP & YLD Joint Spring Conference, Omaha, Nebraska (2024).
“A Lawyer’s Guide to Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries,” South Dakota Trial Lawyers Association Jammin’ For Justice Seminar, Deadwood, South Dakota (October 2023).
“The Power of Public Records and Data,” Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association, Annual Convention (June 2023).
Panelist with Ruchi Kapoor and Megan Matthews, “A Litigator’s Guide to Appeals,” Colorado Trial Lawyers Association, Blockbuster Seminar (February 2023).
Panelist with Raleigh Hansman and Hon. Roy Ferguson, “Trial Perspectives: A Courtroom Roundtable,” ABA YLD Western Regional Summit (May 2022).
Panelist with Dave Mason and Jessica Breuer, “Exemplary Writing – A Panel on Getting Extras and Doing It Well,” Colorado Trial Lawyers Association, Discovery and Motions Practice Writing Seminar (May 2021).
“The Ethics of Protections For Consumer Data Privacy in HB 18-1128,” Colorado Trial Lawyers Association, Blockbuster Seminar (January 2019).
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