Kyle Danish is a leader in the firm’s Energy Transition practice and is a globally recognized legal and policy expert on energy projects; the energy transition; climate change policy, carbon markets and green finance; government relations; and environmental regulation. He has over two decades of experience assisting clients in navigating complex issues at the intersection of business and government policy.

Kyle has been ranked as a leading practitioner by Chambers USA, Chambers Global, the International Who’s Who of Environmental Lawyers, Lawdragon, and Best Lawyers in America.

In addition, Kyle is the lead author on a recent article regarding advanced nuclear reactor policy entitled, "Will Risk Aversion Avert the Energy Transition? Reforming NRC Policy for a New Age of Advanced Reactors”. 

He is a Senior Associate (Non-Resident) in the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ Energy and National Security Program. He is also on the Editorial Board of the Carbon & Climate Law Review.

Kyle is a Member of the Board of the Montgomery County Green Bank, which partners with the private sector to finance clean energy, energy efficiency, and resilience projects in the most populous county in Maryland.

Kyle serves as a member of Van Ness Feldman’s Executive Committee.


Temple University Law School J.D., cum laude, 1997

Princeton University School of Public and International Affairs M.A., 1996
Managing Editor, Journal of Public and International Affairs

Haverford College B.A., 1989