I am a lifelong resident of Upstate, New York where I graduated from Siena College in 2006 and Albany Law School in 2009. Since being admitted to practice law in 2010, I've focused on creating long term relationships with my clients, usually individuals and small businesses, and helping them solve their legal problems. Most of my practice is devoted to workers' compensation matters, appellate work, commercial/contractual disputes, as well as representing businesses of all sizes on a variety of issues.
I recognize that when someone seeks advice from an attorney, they may be experiencing some anxiety and vulnerability related to their legal issue. My job is to relieve that stress by developing and implementing a plan to help the client achieve a favorable result. Since arriving at Ryan, Roach & Ryan, I've worked alongside an excellent team of attorneys and staff to help carry on a tradition of helping people and businesses navigate their most challenging legal issues.
I currently teach Business Law as an adjunct professor for my Alma Matter, Siena College. Prior to working for Ryan, Roach, and Ryan, I was a small business owner and while in law school I worked for the NYS Attorney General, Bureau of Consumer Frauds and Protection.
Outside of work, I get no greater joy than spending time and traveling with my family. Some of our favorite destinations include Lake Placid, NY and Cape Cod, MA. I love many sports and am a lifelong fan of the Boston Red Sox, Buffalo Bills, Houston Rockets, and Michigan football. I enjoy cooking and playing cards for fun although I promise I am a better attorney than poker player.