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Kyle Loven, J.D.

Kyle is a 22 year veteran of the FBI and served as Chief Division Counsel for the Minneapolis Division from 2004 to 2017.  In this role, Kyle addressed all legal issues which affected the division and ensured all FBI operations in Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota were compliant with internal policies, the AG Guidelines, and the US Constitution.  He also served as the Ethics, Privacy, and Compliance Officer for the division, while also acting as the spokesperson for 6 years.

Kyle served as a Special Agent in both the San Diego and Minneapolis Field Divisions, and also served as the Acting Legal Attache to Singapore in 2009.  As an investigator with the FBI, Kyle investigated a number of Violent, White Collar, and Cyber crime matters.  These investigations included an international ‘Murder for Hire’ scheme which resulted in the arrest and conviction of both a South African and Italian national, as well as the indictment of a prominent South African attorney.

Kyle was designated an adjunct instructor by the FBI and provided instruction to law enforcement, judicial, and business professionals in Hungary, El Salvador, and Kazakhstan.  He also conducted numerous presentations on behalf of the FBI domestically while serving as the division’s community outreach supervisor.  He also serves the Minnesota State Bar as an instructor for Minnesota Continuing Legal Education events.


Kyle received his Bachelor’s Degree from Saint John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota and his Juris Doctor from Mitchell Hamline School of Law in Saint Paul, Minnesota.  Kyle is a Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional and serves on the Minnesota Lawyers Professional Responsibility Board.




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