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University of Notre Dame
Bachelor of Arts in Political
Licensed in the State of Texas
State Bar of Texas, School Law Section
State Bar of Texas, Real Estate Section
Ryan Mitchell focuses his legal practice on Facilities and Business. He assists clients with procurement, general contracting, and real estate transactions, with an eye toward ensuring that his clients meet their project deadlines and comply with statutory requirements while minimizing their potential liability.
Prior to joining Walsh Gallegos, Ryan spent nine years as a high school science teacher in North Texas public schools and eight years as a government attorney. While in law school, Ryan was the Executive Articles Editor for the Journal of College and University Law. He was also a member of the Public Interest Law Forum and the Social Justice Forum, as well as a student attorney for the Notre Dame Legal Aid Clinic. Ryan spent his final summer in law school advocating for juvenile justice reform as an intern for the Children’s Law Center of Indiana.
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