Kayla is an experienced transactional attorney with expertise in land use and planning, economic development, public contracts and purchasing, property acquisition, employment, and local government law. She has extensive experience in drafting a variety of agreements for both public and private entities.
Kayla previously served as a member of the Baylor Law School Faculty as a Legal Writing Lecturer. Kayla taught legal writing classes to first and second year law students with a focus on transactional drafting.
Before joining Baylor Law School and WWAG, Kayla served as the City Attorney for the City of Temple. She served as the chief legal officer for Temple providing advice to the City Council, City Manager, and City Departments on legal issues related to daily government activities. Kayla drafted and reviewed ordinances, resolutions, personnel policies, and other local rules for the City. She also drafted, reviewed, and negotiated contracts, and land acquisitions for City infrastructure and parks projects.
Kayla is able to assist with a wide range of client needs, including general contract drafting and review, entity formation, real estate transactions, and estate planning.