Ryan Beattie, a lawyer in our firm’s Mass Torts Section, is primarily working on the talc litigation at present. Ryan graduated from college and law school at the University of Nebraska before joining Beasley Allen in January of 2016. Ryan says he became fascinated at the prospect of becoming a lawyer at a very young age. The desire to be a lawyer continued right up to his admission to law school. During law school, Ryan was able to clerk for Ralph Chapman and Scot Spragins, two Mississippi lawyers. This gave Ryan an opportunity to witness how the single lawyer, or group of lawyers, can make a real difference in countless lives.
According to Ryan, the best thing about being a trial lawyer is the feeling of truly making a difference in a person’s life. He remembers celebrating the talcum powder verdicts with our clients and the experience of helping to win an important case against one of the most powerful companies in the world.
Ryan also says he has found that our firm maintains a sense of moral and ethical goodness that is led from the top down through faith in a higher power. Ryan says the firm practices what it preaches by doing what is right. That’s good to hear from one of our young lawyers.
Ryan is a hard worker and is learning the real importance of being a trial lawyer. He is an important member of our Mass Torts Section. We are blessed to have Ryan with the firm.
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