Kyra Hill


Kyra’s practice focuses on representing community groups, farmers, ranchers, and other landowners impacted by oil and gas development. While the bulk of her work involves litigation, she also represents clients in administrative proceedings before local and state government bodies, and negotiates on behalf of clients in energy project development. Kyra has focused her work on securing just compensation for surface landowners impacted by oil and gas development, ensuring proper oil and gas waste disposal, and assisting clients in the drafting and securing of pipeline easements and renewable energy leases. Kyra graduated from Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon in 2014, and earned a B.A. in History and Literature from Harvard College in 2009. Prior to joining the firm, Kyra served as a research fellow focused on renewable energy law and policy development, and clerked at the California Office of the Attorney General in the Environment, Land, and Natural Resources division working on cases involving environmental cleanup, water use and flood management, and air quality enforcement.

Areas of Practice

  • Administrative Law
  • Energy Law
  • Environmental Law
  • Oil and Gas Law