Ryan Moore, Esq.
Ryan Moore focuses his trial practice on litigating commercial, real-estate, and class-action matters, primarily on contingent or other value-based fee arrangements. He has first-chaired over 30 jury trials to verdict in Cook, DuPage, Kane, McHenry, and Will counties.
One client said of Ryan: “His professionalism and legal acumen proved very fruitful to our cause, he was able to reduce our exposures and develop a plan to put this case to rest. Thanks to his efforts and strong work ethics we were removed from a potentially very long trial process. Thank you Ryan for all of your efforts.”
Another client said of Ryan: “His strong communication skills and work ethic made the process much easier than anticipated. Due to Ryan’s upfront professionalism and hard work the case was settled in a much quicker time-frame than expected. Thanks for all the time and effort in this complex case.”
Opposing counsel said of Ryan after a reaching a settlement during jury selection: “Ryan is a born trial lawyer.”
Ryan graduated cum laude from Chicago-Kent College of Law. He competed on the Moot Court Honor Society and wrote for the Seventh Circuit Review. He earned CALI Awards for the highest grade in Legal Writing, Trial Advocacy, and Appellate Advocacy. He participated in a three-week advocacy seminar in St. Andrews and was a teaching assistant for first-year legal-writing students. And he was appointed by his assistant dean to brief and argue the appeal of an LL.M. student who was expelled for a code-of-conduct violation.
During his time as an undergraduate student at Marquette University, Ryan got his first exposure to the law with an internship with a Milwaukee County Public Defender. Ryan was given the opportunity to counsel clients in jail, attend court hearings, and witness felony jury trials. To this day he meets regularly with his mentoring attorney.
Ryan is licensed to practice law in Illinois and the Northern District of Illinois, including the Trial Bar.
J.D., Chicago-Kent College of Law
Northern District of Illinois