Ryan Bleau is a 2002 graduate of Quinnipiac University School of Law in Hamden, Connecticut. He received his Bachelor of Arts in History and Political Science in May 1999 from Assumption College.
While a law student at Quinnipiac University, Ryan worked as a research assistant for Professor Harry Mazadoorian.
Ryan compiled material on state and national policies regarding alternative dispute resolution for publication of a book entitled Mediation Practice Book Critical Tools, Techniques and Forms by Professor Harry Mazadoorian, LawFirst Publishing (September 2002).
Additionally, Ryan was instrumental in introducing the American Bar Association Representation in Mediation Advocacy Competition to Quinnipiac University School of Law.
Ryan also completed a Legislative Externship for the State of Connecticut Governor’s Legal Counsel Office in Hartford, Connecticut.
He assisted with drafts of anti-terrorism legislation and reported to the Chief Legal Counsel regarding the Enron and other politically and legally relevant hearings.
Ryan has dedicated his career toward defending the accused. He belongs to professional organizations that share his passion for criminal defense.
Ryan is a member of the Arizona Attorneys for Criminal Justice (2009-present) and National College for DUI Defense (2012-present).
In 2016, Ryan was also invited to the Morris K. Udall American Inn of Court. The Inn of Court consists of lawyers, judges and other legal professionals similarly dedicated to professional excellence.