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About Ryan McKeen

Ryan McKeen knows his way inside, outside, up, and down Connecticut’s courthouses.  He gives his Connecticut license a work out.  He is smart and tough, both in the courtroom and when running races.

In 2013, Ryan was honored by fellow members of the Connecticut Bar as being an innovator in the practice of law.  In 2014, the Hartford Business Journal named Ryan McKeen one of its “40 under 40“.

Ryan is the founder of A Connecticut Law Blog, which was named one of the top 100 legal blogs in the United States by the ABA Journal.  He is a frequent speaker on legal blogging, and has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and the Hartford Courant. Ryan has published articles in both the ABA Journal and the Hartford Business Journal.

In 2010, Ryan challenged Susan Bysiewicz’s credentials to serve as Attorney General. After analyzing the law, he took a controversial position that in order to serve as Attorney General a candidate must possess litigation experience. This position was ultimately validated by the Connecticut Supreme Court.

When Senator Blumenthal and the Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence were looking for a few good men, they found Ryan. In 2011, Ryan was honored as a “First 100 Recipient” and recognized along with many state leaders for making a difference in the fight against domestic violence. Ryan is also passionate about the rights of runners, pedestrians and cyclists — enjoying both their company and advocating on their behalf.  Ryan is a member of the Glastonbury River Runners, and annually runs the Hartford Marathon.

Ryan lives in East Granby with his wife Allison, their daughter, son,  and dog Brady.  Though Brady is named after a Patriot, Ryan’s true sports love is the Red Sox.

Ryan can be reached at: ryan@mckeenlawfirm.com

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