Wilkinson Law Firm
Attorneys & Staff
Kyle B. Wilkinson - Attorney at Law
Attorney Wilkinson strives to establish close client relationships that allow him to identify needs, provide sound counsel, and deliver practical legal solutions.
Kyle grew up on a family farm in North Stonington, Connecticut and at the Christian Academy and in the church up the road. He holds degrees from Gordon College, the University of Connecticut School of Law and Yale Divinity School. Kyle served as a Peace Corps Volunteer after college, and in the Army Judge Advocate General's Corps after law school as a member of the Connecticut National Guard.
Kyle is committed to providing pro bono legal services within the community and is a member of the Connecticut Bar Association and Rhode Island Bar Association.
He is admitted to practice in Connecticut, Rhode Island, and the United States District Court, District of Connecticut.
Meghan Costigan - Law Student Intern
Meghan (she/her) is a second-year J.D. student at University of Connecticut School of Law in Hartford, Connecticut. Her work in a county jail in college ignited her passion for the legal field and reinforced her desire for a career that directly engages with her community. Meghan holds executive board positions in various campus organizations, including the Jewish Law Students Association, the Arts, Entertainment and Sports Law Society and the Mental Health Committee, for which she serves as President. As a legal intern this Summer, Meghan looks forward to expanding her legal experience, while serving community members throughout the state of Connecticut.
Esang Udoh - Law Student Intern
Esang is currently a third-year J.D. student at University of Connecticut School of Law in Hartford, and received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from The City College of New York. His interest in pursuing a legal career stems from wanting to help serve individuals who desire to create and maintain businesses that will benefit our future economy. Prior to entering law school, Esang participated in outreach programs to help encourage diversity and economic development in his community. Such programs often involved workshops where minorities could learn more about financial literacy, real estate, and business management. He continues to pursue this mission at UCONN as an executive board member of Diversity Alliance, Black Law Students Association, and Business & Transactional Law Society.