Prior to joining Peterson & Myers, Kaile worked in the non-profit sector for a local legal services firm. She primarily handled legal matters for survivors of domestic violence and practiced housing law, guardianship and family law. Kaile has also worked as an attorney for the Florida Department of Children and Families and was a clerk for the Florida Office of the Attorney General.
During her time at Stetson Law, Kaile acted as a research assistant and a teaching assistant. She was an active member of Stetson Law’s nationally-ranked Dispute Resolution Board where she competed nationally in the areas of negotiation, mediation and client counseling. She was a 2020 American Bar Association Regional Champion in the area of Negotiation.
Kaile previously served as a Research Project Lead with Fines and Fees Justice Center on a national-scale statutory research initiative to end fines and fees in the justice system. Additionally, she completed a fellowship with Stetson Law’s Veterans Law Institute and assisted veterans with their disability appeals to the Board of Veteran’s Appeals.
Kaile received her Juris Doctor from Stetson University College of Law in 2020. Along with her Juris Doctor degree, Kaile also completed a Certificate of Concentration in Advocacy. Upon graduation from Stetson, Kaile received the Kelly Feeley Founder’s Award for excellence in Advocacy and the William F. Blews award for completing over 500 hours of pro bono work while in law school.
In 2017, Kaile received her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from the University of Central Florida, where she also completed a minor in Legal Studies.
Admissions and Associations
Kaile is a member of the Florida Bar. She is a member of the Lakeland Bar Association, and serves on the Executive Board of the Polk Association for Women Lawyers. She currently serves on the Florida Bar’s Committee for the Legal Needs of Children.
Kaile currently lives in Lakeland with her husband, Andrew, and their two dogs, Cali and Cooper.