Ryan Nevin received his J.D. from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law,... more
Ryan Nevin received his J.D. from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, magna cum laude, graduating in the top 6% of his class. At Loyola Ryan thrived in his research and writing skills by having his Law Review Case note published, was awarded the Best Case Note award from the Honorable Fredericka Wicker, and served as the Articles Editor of the Loyola Law Review Board. Ryan earned his ... view profile
Neither of my parents went to college. My dad was a maintenance man and farmer. My... more
Neither of my parents went to college. My dad was a maintenance man and farmer. My mother worked in a bank. My parents worked hard all day at work, and then even harder at home. They also taught me that regular people sometimes need help. I grew up in barns and fields, not club houses and swimming pools. I still know the importance of hard work, and I appreciate people who work hard for t... view profile
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