Ricky Panayoty worked as a summer intern at Bryant Green & Associates, where he contributed to the representation of victims of wrongful death and personal injury, conducted legal research, drafted memos, and assisted with discovery and trial preparation.
Ricky is also a Juris Doctor candidate at Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School, where he recently won the inaugural NIL competition in oral advocacy. He is a graduate of the Skadden, Arps Honors Program in Legal Studies at The City College of New York’s Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership, where he gained an advanced understanding of the legal system and received mentoring from practicing attorneys. Ricky served as a Legislative Intern to Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries and was the President of Student Government at Queensborough Community College. His goal is to become a skilled and compassionate litigator who can advocate for the rights and interests of diverse and underserved clients.
After a criminal pays their debt to society, should they continue to suffer additional consequences for their crime for the rest of their life? Ricky Panayoty developed a deep passion for the...
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