Kyle Thompson is a native of Frankfort.  He is a 1994 graduate of Franklin County High School.  Mr. Thompson received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of Kentucky in 1998, with a minor in History.  After his undergraduate studies, Kyle Thompson graduated from Ohio Northern University College of Law in 2001 where he was honored as a member of the Order of the Barristers and Top Oral Advocate, competing and winning a number of Moot Court competitions.  Mr. Thompson passed the Kentucky Bar Examination in 2001 and has been practicing law in Frankfort for more than fourteen years.  A former Assistant Franklin County Attorney and General Counsel of a state agency, Mr. Thompson opened up his own firm in 2007 and focused his practice on domestic, criminal, insurance, personal injury, and administrative law.  Kyle Thompson is licensed and has practiced before the Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky and the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati.  In 2010, Mr. Thompson was sworn into practice by Chief Justice John Roberts before the United States Supreme Court.

    Kyle Thompson was an adjunct professor of legal studies at Sullivan University in Lexington, Kentucky for ten years.  He has also been a member of the faculty at Indiana Wesleyan University in Louisville, Kentucky where he has taught Business Law.

    A former President of the Franklin County Bar Association, Mr. Thompson has been actively involved in local charitable organizations and causes for many years.  He has served as a Board Member and Officer for P.U.S.H. Early Childhood Development Center and the SIMON House.  Having served on the Board for Downtown Frankfort Inc., Mr. Thompson has also served as the chairperson for Avenues for Women crisis pregnancy center.

    Kyle Thompson is an active member of Capital City Christian Church.  He is married to Lara Ann (McCaslin) Thompson, formerly of Hawesville, Kentucky.  The couple have three children, Emma (16), Olivia (13), and Landon Cooper (7).