Ryley T Bennett is a trial attorney with experience representing a wide range of clients in various aspects of litigation including depositions, discovery, mediations, trial, arbitration, and motion practice. She concentrates her practice on advising and representing employers in a broad range of labor and employment matters arising under both state and federal laws. Ryley understands the importance of good client relations and dedicates her time to achieving her clients’ goals.
Prior to joining Littler, Ryley worked at a national law firm, where she gained extensive experience defending her clients from civil and commercial claims. She also has experience in monitoring global export compliance of products and technology.
While in law school, Ryley was an editor for the Texas Tech Law Review, a contributing writer for the Texas Bank Lawyer, and a director for the Board of Barristers. She won the ABA Arbitration National Championship, the National Health Law Moot Court Championship, and won three overall top speaker awards. Ryley was a student attorney for the Innocence Project of Texas, clerked for the Washington Legal Foundation in Washington, D.C., and previously worked in the House of Representatives for a Congressman of Texas.