Kyle E. Chamberlin, Attorney
- Business Contracts
- Business Entity Formation
- Business Succession Planning
- Business Transactions
- Labor & Employment Law
- Real Estate Law
Kyle Chamberlin joined THK Law, LLP in 2022 as an of counsel attorney on the business counsel team. His practice focuses on advising owners and executives of locally-owned businesses, with deep experience representing clients engaged in professional service industries.
Prior to joining THK, Chamberlin led the legal and risk management functions for a regional commercial real estate services provider, where he served as a member of the executive team. He previously served as in-house counsel to an automotive dealership group with operations throughout the Midwest.
He is a graduate of Leadership South Bend/Mishawaka Class 39, a member of the Michiana Forty Under 40 class of 2014, and the 2020 recipient of the South Bend Regional Chamber’s Outstanding Young Business Leader award.
- State of Indiana
- University of Notre Dame Law School, J.D., 2010
- University of Notre Dame, B.B.A., marketing, 2006
- South Bend Regional Chamber, executive committee member
- Young Professionals Network South Bend, past chair
- Mishawaka Housing Authority, commission chair
- Community Foundation of St. Joseph County, board member, and scholarship committee chair
- Coalbush United Methodist Church, past board of trustees member
- South Bend Civic Theater, past president
- Hannah and Friends, past board member
- Northeast Neighborhood Council, past board member
- United Way of Joseph County, past funding panel member
Kyle has called St. Joseph County home for his entire life and is always seeking to learn something new about the region. He and his wife Katie reside in Mishawaka with their incredibly-spoiled miniature dachshund. They enjoy traveling, particularly for theater in New York, new dining experiences, and outdoor adventures off the beaten path.
Kyle is from a family of teachers and, as a proud alumnus of Mishawaka High School, is passionate about public education. He currently instructs an undergraduate course at Notre Dame encouraging students to consider K-12 teaching in their vocational discernment. And he finds great joy in meeting our area’s brightest scholars as a member of the Community Foundation of St. Joseph County’s Lilly Endowment Scholarship Committee.
Kyle engages as often as possible with the performing arts — now mostly as an audience member, but still occasionally as an amateur musician. And despite a complete lack of athleticism, he loves sports and outdoor recreation. In college, Kyle was a member of the marching band’s drumline and the Notre Dame Cheerleading team. He remains in a perpetual battle to control his emotions when cheering on the Fighting Irish.