Ryan is an experienced litigator in myriad areas of the law including family law, immigration, consumer protection, securities and antitrust matters. He has helped to manage extremely large document productions in class actions and other complex litigation. He previously worked for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in Washington DC, helping to protect consumer rights. His recent experience includes working on large commodity price-fixing cases, such as In re Diisocyanates Antitrust Litigation, currently pending in the Western District of Pennsylvania.
Ryan holds a number of degrees from American University, University of Reading in the United Kingdom, Eckerd College and Campbell University. He has published articles on European Union law and is admitted in both the State of Virginia and the District of Columbia bars.
- Class Actions
- Consumer Protection
- District of Columbia
- Legal Friction: European Union Supremacy versus National Sovereignty, Campbell Law Observer
- American University, School of Public Affairs, Washington, DC, 2020
Master of Public Administration and Policy Candidate
- Campbell University, Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law, Raleigh, NC, 2016
- The University of Reading, Centre for Commercial Law and Financial Regulation, Reading, UK, 2016
Advanced Certificate of the Study of International Business Law
- Eckerd College, Saint Petersburg, FL, 2013
B.A., Political Science and History