Details of practice

Ryan is in his second six at 3RB having joined us in October 2018. During his first six he gained experience in a broad range of practice areas, including general and financial crime, police discipline, licensing, extradition and contempt proceedings.

Education/professional qualifications

BPP Law School (Holborn), BPTC (Outstanding)
University of Sussex, LL.M in International Human Rights Law (Distinction)
University of Sussex, LL.B (Hons) (First Class, second in year)


Certificate of Honour (Middle Temple) – 2017
Queen Mother Scholarship (Middle Temple) – 2016/17
Blackstone Entrance Exhibition (Middle Temple) – 2016/17
Excellence Scholarship (BPP Law School) – 2016/17
Joint award for Highest Mark on an LL.M Dissertation (University of Sussex) – 2016/17
Magna Carta Moot, Winner (Inner Temple) – 2016
International Criminal Trial Advocacy Competition (Symbiosis Law School, India) Semi-Finalist – 2016
Best Performance on the Final Year of the LL.B (University of Sussex) – 2015
Inner Temple Intervarsity Moot, Winner – 2015
First Generation Scholarship (University of Sussex) – 2013/14
OUP/Blackstone’s National Criminal Advocacy Competition, Semi-Finalist and Best Overall Advocate – 2014

Other information

Before coming to the Bar, Ryan completed his LL.M in International Human Rights Law at the University of Sussex. During his time at university, he co-founded Your Rights Matter: a small organisation which published articles online and visited schools and colleges to teach students about human rights law. He also carried out work for the Free Representation Unit. The following year, alongside studying for his BPTC, Ryan taught the law of evidence and criminal procedure to undergraduates. He also volunteered to assist with projects including Vocalise through which he and other BPTC students led debating classes for inmates at prisons around London.

Prior to joining 3RB, Ryan also spent a year working in the bribery and corruption division of the Serious Fraud Office on an ongoing investigation into a former FTSE 100 company.