Ryan Headley is an associate at Bollier Ciccone. Ryan’s practice includes construction law and he has represented a wide variety of the parties involved in construction projects, including general contractors, subcontractors, materialmen, architects, engineers, and property owners. Representing this variety of clientele has provided Ryan with the opportunity to be involved in cases ranging from simple payment disputes to complex multi-party litigation involving highway design and construction.
Ryan believes his chief responsibility as an attorney is to be a creative and efficient problem solver. He fulfills this responsibility by developing a complete understanding of his clients’ needs and concerns, thoroughly analyzing the unique facts of each matter, and crafting an approach carefully tailored to achieve optimal results. For Ryan, there is no “one size fits all” approach to litigation.
When Ryan is not serving clients, he enjoys spending time with his family and church, as well as a variety of outdoor activities including SCUBA diving, hiking, fishing, and golf. He is also a private pilot with an instrument rating.
Co-Author: Pre-Suit Discovery Tools: Getting a Head Start by Starting Early, 2018 Annual Construction Law Conference, San Antonio, Texas.
Concordia University at Austin, Bachelor of Business Administration, May 2006
Baylor University School of Law, Juris Doctor, April 2017
Texas State Bar, 2017
Dean’s Academic Excellence Scholarship, Baylor University School of Law
Sigma Beta Delta Business Honor Society, Concordia University