J. Ryan Johnson
Top Rated Family Law Attorney in Nashville, TN
The founder of his own firm, J. Ryan Johnson is a dedicated attorney who represents people throughout Middle Tennessee from his office in East Nashville. Mr. Johnson practices in the areas of family, business, and criminal law, representing people in divorce, child custody and post-divorce family law matters; assaults, DUIs and drug possession cases; and business litigation and formation matters. He has represented hundreds of clients throughout middle Tennessee in the courtroom and at the negotiation table.
Mr. Johnson completed his Bachelor of Science in political science in 2008 at Middle Tennessee State University. He then attended the Samford University Cumberland School of Law, graduating in 2011 with his Juris Doctor. Mr. Johnson is admitted to practice law before all of the state courts of Tennessee.
Following law school, Mr. Johnson gained experience working as a solo practitioner and as an associate for firms in Murfreesboro, Brentwood and Nashville before forming his own firm in 2017. Mr. Johnson has extensive knowledge of civil procedure and case law and works to keep current with changes in the law as they happen. This dedication to the law and his listening and litigation skills helps him to provide excellent representation to his clients. Mr. Johnson takes a client-centered approach to his practice of the law and constantly works to achieve the most favorable resolutions to his clients' cases.
Mr. Johnson brings excellent listening skills to his practice of the law from his background as a musician. He is highly ethical and constantly strives to improve his legal skills. Mr. Johnson personally handles and investigates each case he receives to try to secure the best outcomes for his clients.
About J. Ryan Johnson
First Admitted: 2012, Tennessee
Professional Webpage: http://jryanjohnson.law/about-2/
- Middle Tennessee State University, Political Science, 2008
- Smyrna High School, 2001
- Just a few aging rockers raising hell. Go get um @BetoORourke https://t.co/lKrDClU9HM
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- @peachyykeem A lot of memories from my time at Cumberland here.
- @prnewmansr @nytimes This was my favorite music format
- A lot of my favorite things are in this picture https://t.co/vvcrhO1QwO
Last Updated: 5/14/2021