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Ryan K. Parisi

Ryan K. Parisi

Ryan K. Parisi graduated (cum laude) from SUNY Buffalo in 2006 where he earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History and Political Science with a minor in American Politics and Public Affairs. In 2010 he earned a Juris Doctorate Degree from SUNY Buffalo Law School where he earned a concentration in Employment and Labor Law. While at SUNY Buffalo Law School, Mr. Parisi was a member of the Moot Court Board and served as the Alumni Liaison for the Law School Institution Location Committee.

 

Upon graduation from law school, Mr. Parisi began work as an Associate in the Litigation Department of New York State’s largest mortgage foreclosure law firm. The firm represented some the largest banks and mortgage processors in the United States. In that capacity he was responsible for a large portfolio of files and handled litigated matters from inception through judgment.

 

In 2011, Mr. Parisi joined the Niagara County District Attorney’s Office where he began his time there prosecuting misdemeanor level cases. He worked his way up to handling violent felony offenses in the office’s General Crimes Bureau. Mr. Parisi has extensive court room experience having handled many cases from commencement of the criminal action through jury verdict. He still currently serves as a part-time Assistant District Attorney.

 

Mr. Parisi engages in a general practice focused on Business and Corporate Law, Civil Litigation, Family Law, and Municipal Law.

 

Mr. Parisi is a lifelong resident of Western New York and currently resides in Lockport with his wife and two sons. He serves on the Board of Directors of the Mental Health Association in Niagara County, Inc. as Secretary. Mr. Parisi is also the President-Elect of the SUNY University at Buffalo Law School Alumni Association’s GOLD Group.