Ryan MacLeod has lived in the state of Texas his entire life. Originally from the town of Lubbock, Ryan was raised in Houston. His understanding of and belief in small, hometown principles is paired with the experience and savvy of being raised in a big city. Ryan has a passion for justice and for protecting the rights of his clients.
Ryan received his undergraduate degree at Baylor University before going on to pursue his J.R. at South Texas College of Law. His career took off quickly as he was given the privilege of serving as an Assistant District Attorney for the State of Texas. This work as a prosecutor gave Ryan unique insight into the criminal justice system. Ryan was able to try multiple criminal trials to verdict, including cases involving both misdemeanor and felony charges. He received praise from his peers in the legal field and from judges for his obvious passion, commitment to integrity, and aggressive approach to the law.
Ryan went on to work in the litigation section of a recognized national law firm. He represented plaintiffs and defenses in a broad range of civil litigation cases in this capacity. His track record quickly led to recognition within the community: He was named a 2015 Top Commercial Litigator by Houstonia magazine and recognized as a The National Trial Lawyers: Top 40 under 40.
After joining Arnold & Itkin, Ryan continues to work hard to promote his clients’ rights and interests. His approach to client advocacy is passionate and tireless, as he continues to stand up for the rights of those who sustained injuries due to the negligence or misconduct of others.
Ryan lives in the Houston area with his wife Lindsey and their two children, Layne and Jack. He remains active in his community as a member of the Houston Food Bank’s Young Professionals Board as well as his church as a member of the St. Luke’s Methodist Church in Houston, Texas.
- Baylor University, B.A.
- South Texas College of Law, J.D.
- State Bar of Texas
- United States District Court, Southern District of Texas
- United States District Court, Eastern District of Texas
- United States District Court, Western District of Texas
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