Ryan works as an attorney for Wright & Moore Law in agriculture employment law. He knew going into law school he wanted to help rural clients. “After three years of work completing my legal education, I am thrilled to finally work with these individuals to satisfy their legal needs,” he said.
Ryan said that MSU Law’s flexible curriculum helped him become an agricultural lawyer. “I was able to cater my legal course of study to specific areas that I would likely encounter as a practitioner,” he said. “Courses like Environmental Law, Food and Drug Law, Land Use Planning, and Agricultural Law were staples during my degree program.”
Ryan said that the strength of MSU Law is the faculty and staff and their commitment to the success of the students. “They provided me with the most rewarding and enriching experiences of my professional life,” he said.