Doyle is the firm’s chief facilities officer and is based in the Columbus office. He directs facilities capital projects and space planning including, leases, remodeling, expansion and moves. His most recent projects have been the Vorys Houston, Orange County and Akron offices. Doyle also provides oversight for operations, maintenance and security functions. He manages the facilities team and contracted third-party business partners. Doyle reports directly to the firm’s managing partner.
Doyle has nearly 30 years of extensive experience in the legal industry. Previously, he worked at an AmLaw top 50 firm for 10 years as manager of facilities and training. In addition, Doyle spent seven years as a national operations manager for an information management and digital services provider with clients in the legal and retail industries.
Notable experience includes:
- Project management
- Facilities management
- Commercial interior renovation and build-outs
- Document management strategy
Doyle is a former member of the Association of Legal Administrators (ALA) and served on the Columbus Chapter board for several years. He currently serves on the board of the Capital Crossroads/Discovery Special Improvement District.
Doyle graduated from The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business with an MBA and received his B.A. from The Ohio State University as well.
Doyle is not licensed to practice law in any state and does not provide legal services.
Professional & Community Activities
House of Hope, Board Member
Capital Crossroads / Discovery Special Improvement District, Board Member
Association of Legal Administrators (ALA), former Member
The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business, MBA
The Ohio State University, B.A.