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Overview

A love for complex problem-solving led Riley to the practice of law.

Growing up watching his parents, a nurse practitioner and an electrician, Riley always liked the idea of helping people with complex issues and working within a system bigger than himself. The opportunity to help build something that would last and see a tangible outcome drew him to the practice of real estate law.

As the managing editor of the Kansas Law Review, Riley developed the multi-tasking skills necessary to meet deadlines timely and effectively. Today in his law practice, Riley knows being able to work effectively on multiple projects is key to his work on behalf of clients.


Service

Education

  • J.D., University of Kansas School of Law
    • Order of the Coif
    • Weigand Scholar
    • Kansas Law Review, Volume 69, Managing Editor
    • CALI Award: Federal Income Taxation, Conflict of Laws
  • B.S., Kansas State University
    • Political Science
Outside the Office

A golf enthusiast and cinephile, Riley enjoys sitting down to a quality movie or playing the front nine during his free time. He also enjoys getting outside and grilling during the summer, aspiring to one day master the art of fall-off-the-bone ribs.

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