Litigation is the art of persuasion. To flourish as a litigator is to adopt your client's ambitions as your own to keenly anticipate the legal road ahead, from the moment the complaint is filed to the jury's deliberations. To each matter, I bring an eagerness to ascertain the facts and law for my client, combined with a dedication to listen to their needs and communicate the best strategy, so they receive the legal representation they deserve.
Ryan Dardard's primary area of practice focuses on litigation, assisting clients with matters across Alabama. He helps clients dealing with defaults, collections, liens, foreclosures, bankruptcy, and related matters.
Before joining the firm, Ryan was a seminarian for the archdiocese of Mobile for two years. After graduating from college seminary, Ryan taught middle school students at Christ the King Catholic School in Daphne, AL.
While at the University of Alabama School of Law, Ryan participated on the competition trial team. He received the George Peach Taylor Award and was associate editor of the Civil Rights Law Review. Ryan also founded the Saint Thomas More Society at UA Law, for which he served as President. During his summer, he worked as a clerk for the Office of Judge John Lockett of the Thirteenth Circuit, analyzing statutes and case law to inform the judge of what and how laws apply and facilitated and directed communication between the court and law offices.
- University of Alabama School of Law, J.D., 2021
- St. Joseph Seminary College, B.S., 2016, cum laude
St. Ignatius Parish Lifeteen, Archdiocese of Mobile Rooted Young Men’s Group
Areas of Practice
- George Peach Taylor Award