Kyle E. Cray
Kyle E. Cray

As a trial attorney, Kyle Cray advocates for individuals who have found themselves in difficult situations. In the courtroom, Kyle is tenacious and energetic, and he appreciates opportunities to represent those who have a lot at stake. “All good trial lawyers are good communicators,” Kyle says. “They have to make a group of people not only understand the facts of the case, but do so in a way that they feel and appreciate the issues in the case.”

After graduating from the Krannert School of Management at Purdue University, Kyle attended the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, where he was named to the Order of the Barristers. This distinction allowed him to participate in the Robert F. Wagner labor and employment law moot court competition in New York City and the NTC Midwest Regional trial competition in Chicago. Kyle received additional experience working as a certified intern in the Major Felony Division of the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office. He was also a member of the Indiana University International and Comparative Law Review and was awarded the Norman Lefstein Award of Excellence for contributing more than 200 hours of pro bono service. At BB&C, Kyle concentrates in personal injury, accidents & wrongful death, criminal law, and general ligation.

In his free time, Kyle enjoys traveling and spending time outdoors. He is also a graduate of Leadership Lafayette, a community leadership development program.

Contact Kyle at or (765) 637-9174.


Purdue University Krannert School of Management

Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law

Admitted to Practice

State of Indiana

U.S. Northern District Court of Indiana

U.S. Southern District Court of Indiana

Professional Affiliations

Tippecanoe County Bar Association

Indiana State Bar Association

Indiana Trail Lawyers Association

American Bar Association

American Association for Justice

Community Affiliations

Read to Succeed

Community Relations Advisory Committee, Purdue University

Leadership Lafayette – Class 44


Blog Posts by Kyle E. Cray
Getting Hurt on Someone Else’s Property: Indiana Premises Liability

We’ve all experienced those embarrassing moments when we’ve tripped and fallen or wiped out on an icy sidewalk. Often, we... Read More

Wrongful Death: Losing a Loved One Unnecessarily

Suffering the death of a loved one is hard, no matter the circumstances. But these losses can be especially trying if... Read More

Understanding the Senior Consumer Protection Act

Earlier this year, BB&C attorney Kyle Cray spoke at the 28th annual lifetime achievement seminar presented by the Indiana Trial... Read More