Kylie Rahl is an Articles Editor for the Texas Tech Law Review and a J.D. Candidate graduating in December of 2016. She grew up in Wichita Falls, Texas, and earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Business Management from Midwestern State University in 2009. Kylie is also a licensed cosmetologist, and prior to attending law school, she worked as a self-employed hairstylist for eight years.
During her time at Texas Tech University School of Law, she interned for Magistrate Judge E. Scott Frost in the Northern District of Texas and worked for McMahon, Surovik, & Suttle in Abilene, Texas. She is also a member of several organizations, including Phi Delta Phi, and participates in the Low Income Taxpayer Clinic. After graduating, Kylie will begin her career at Kelly Hart & Hallman in Fort Worth, Texas, as an associate attorney in the Real Estate and Finance practice group.