Alycia A. Kinchloe, Esq., MBA
Alycia Kinchloe, is the founder of Kinchloe Law. Alycia earned her law degree from Temple University's Beasley School of Law. In law school, Alycia was member of student government and was member of Temple's prestigious Trial Advocacy Program. She also worked as teaching assistant for the Program. Alycia later attended St. Joseph's University Haub School of Business where she earned an Executive MBA and expanded her knowledge of business.
Prior to founding Kinchloe Law, Alycia helped to grow a mid-size law firm from one to 140 employees during her tenure. Alycia managed the firm for several years including hiring and training attorneys and support staff. Alycia's skills include legal writing, negotiation and trial advocacy. She is a zealous advocate for her clients whether it's fighting for benefits for the disabled or zealously representing her client's rights in family and business law matters.
Alycia is a member of the Philadelphia Bar Association, Barrister's Association of Philadelphia, and the Nicolas Cipriani Bar Association of Family Law Attorneys. Alycia does pro bono legal work through the Philadelphia Volunteers for the Indigent Program. She also enjoys teaching entrepreneurial skills to children and young adults through her non-profit organization. She is also a business coach and consultant.
Leonnette Hamilton, Esq.
Leonnette is Of Counsel to Kinchloe Law. Leonnette earned bachelor's degree, cum laude, and law degree from Temple University and Temple's Beasley School of Law. While in law school, Leonnette secured a coveted position as a member of Temple Law's renowned Moot Court Honor Society and competed in competitions, locally and nationally. She was also enrolled in Temple's acclaimed Trial Advocacy Program and received accolades for oral advocacy and distinguished classroom performance while in law school.
She is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania since 2005. She has maintained a diverse and rewarding legal career, practicing in the corporate and private sectors, as well as more recently with the Federal Government. She has handled a variety of legal matters including representing hundreds of clients at administrative hearings; handling contracts; business law, family law; and personal injury matters. She brings with her a strong skill set and a wealth of legal experience and exposure.
Leonnette has volunteered her time and resources through mentoring students and young professionals, as well as presenting at speaking engagements and participating in activities benefiting at-risk youths.