Ryan Law Office in the Blackstone Valley
We work hard for our clients.
Attorney Christopher J. Ryan is a graduate of Providence College where he earned a BS in business administration.
Attorney Ryan earned his Juris Doctorate degree from New England School of Law in Boston. He regularly updates his practice skills at Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) in Boston and is a sponsor member of MCLE.
For many years, Attorney Ryan was on the board of directors of a local Board of Realtors. In addition, he has been legal counsel to certain nonprofit organizations for over twenty years.
Attorney Ryan has prosecuted cases in Small Claims Court, District Court, Housing Court, Probate Court, Superior Court, and the Massachusetts Land Court.
Attorney Ryan continues to represent clients at government hearings throughout Eastern Massachusetts for many different types of issues including zoning violations, planning non-compliance, tobacco violations, liquor license violations, health & safety violations, license and permit revocation hearings, etc.
For roughly a quarter of a century, Attorney Ryan has successfully completed numerous government permitting projects from simple projects such as siting a single family home on a non-conforming lot to complex projects involving new commercial buildings with intricate zoning matters, site plan and Planning Board issues, liquor licensing issues whether it be new licensing or license transfers, tobacco licensing, project funding from banks, SBA funding, and private funding, petroleum and related environmental issues, and more.
Attorney Ryan is also working within the cannabis industry, helping clients navigate the new and very complex terrain related to licensing cannabis facilities.
Attorney Nathaniel P. Ryan is a graduate of the University of Maine. He earned his Juris Doctorate degree from University of Maine School of Law.
While in law school, he was a student-attorney at the Cumberland Legal Clinic representing indigent clients and victims of domestic violence. Attorney Ryan prosecuted cases at both hearings and trials. He also clerked at a general practice law firm in Maine.