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The University of Georgia
Bachelor’s Degree
1996 – 1999
The University of Georgia
Juris Doctor (J.D.)
1999 – 2002
Ryan Reavis founded the Reavis Law Firm after years litigating with an large international law firm. Ryan has assisted clients at the administrative, state court, federal district court, and federal appellate court levels. He blends compassion, sympathy, and empathy to produce successful results for his clients. He has a passion for educating and empowering his clients, while treating them with the care they deserve.

He graduated magna cum laude from the University of Georgia, where he achieved Phi Beta Kappa honors. Staying loyal to his Dawgs, he also went to Georgia for his Juris Doctorate, where he was Order of the Barristers and graduated with honors. He is admitted in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, and all of Georgia’s state courts.

Ryan has received numerous awards and recognition throughout his career, including having been named a “Georgia Super Lawyer” rising star for the past seven years. Only five percent of Georgia attorneys achieve this honor. He has also received the “Avvo Client’s Choice Award” several times for the outstanding customer service he provides. Clients and colleagues alike highly regard Ryan for the skill and compassion with which he represents his clients.

Ryan has performed pro bono work seeking education opportunities for special needs children in the Atlanta Public Schools. He also serves on the Board of Directors at Providence Christian Academy. Ryan has held leadership positions with a range of community, civic, and religious organizations. He understands the importance of making a difference and giving back and welcomes opportunities to do so.

He is a dedicated family man, who loves to spend quality time with his wife and children. The family cherishes weekends together outdoors. As a faithful believer, Ryan is committed to his church and takes an active role.