Ryan graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 2014 where he majored in Philosophy and played for the Army Rugby team. Upon graduation Ryan commissioned into the Infantry and moved Fort Benning, GA to complete Airborne and Ranger Schools. He then served as a scout platoon leader in the 82nd Airborne Division and deployed to Iraq in support of Operation Inherent Resolve. Ryan ended his military career in Washington D.C. with The Old Guard.
Ryan graduated magna cum laude from Campbell University School of Law in Raleigh. While at Campbell he led the Law Review as the Editor-in-Chief, mentored and tutored fellow students as a Civil Procedure teaching scholar, and competed on Campbell’s moot court team.
Ryan is a civil litigator. He brings the same work ethic, attention to detail and competitiveness that guided him through his time in the Army to every case he works on. While Ryan focuses his practice on personal injury and insurance litigation, he also has extensive experience in employment and business-related matters. Currently, Ryan is making a focused effort to help veterans and their families recover the relief they deserve under the Camp Lejeune Justice Act and PACT Act.
In his free time Ryan enjoys traveling to new places with his wife, Emilee; taking his rescue dog Hoss to local breweries; and playing electric guitar & bass.