Kyle L. Dickson



Kyle L. Dickson is a partner with Murray | Lobb, PLLC. He concentrates his practice on issues related to creditors’ rights, bankruptcy & debt collection, local government & municipalities, technology and commercial & civil litigation.

For nearly 30 years, Kyle has managed and participated in an eclectic array of legal matters assisting his clients with complex legal needs. He has represented various types and sizes of companies before state and federal courts, appellate courts and numerous state regulatory agencies and the FCC. In connection with his work for these clients, he has been involved in all aspects of the pre-trial and trial phases of these cases. He has taken and defended hundreds of depositions, including expert depositions, preparation of witnesses for deposition, as well as preparing and arguing motions, including dispositive motions. Kyle has also been involved in a number of appeals, including substandard structures.

Kyle has had the unique experience of going from the private practice of law to in-house counsel and serving in a variety of executive functions and then returning to private practice of law years later. This combination of experience gives him an uncommon perspective on many legal matters.

Kyle currently serves as the City Attorney for cities of Texas City, Kemah and Hitchcock, Texas.

  • EducationSouth Texas College of Law – J.D., 1990
    University of Houston – CLC – M.B.A., 1987
    Stephen F. Austin University – B.B.A., 1984
  • AdmissionsState of Texas
    United States Tax Court
    United States District Court for the Southern, Northern, Eastern and Western Districts of Texas
    United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
    United States Supreme Court
  • Professional Activities and MembershipsState Bar of Texas
    College of the Mainland, 2015 – Present, Board of Trustees
    Associated Credit Union of Texas, 2011 – Present, Board of Directors.
    Mainland Communities Crime Stoppers, Inc., 2011- Present, Board of Directors.
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