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Ryan P. Molaghan


Ryan P Molaghan

Ryan P. Molaghan is a Partner at Brooks, LeBoeuf, Foster & Gwartney. Having the joined the firm immediately upon graduating from Florida State University College of Law in 2015, Mr. Molaghan focuses his practice in the areas of Civil Litigation including Personal Injury, Civil Rights, and Professional Negligence, as well as Criminal Defense. In his pursuit of justice, Mr. Molaghan has recovered millions of dollars for injured clients and successfully preserved and protected the innocence of those criminally accused. Most notably, several of Mr. Molaghan’s cases have received national attention resulting in substantial policy reform aimed at preventing future injustices.

Personal Life

Mr. Molaghan was born and raised in Massachusetts and was an avid athlete throughout his adolescence, ultimately deciding to pursue his passion for baseball at the University of Tampa. Upon graduating with a degree in Finance, Mr. Molaghan worked as a financial analyst for one of the “Big Four” banks in New York City. However, Mr. Molaghan’s competitive yet compassionate nature drove him to pursue a career in professional services as an attorney.

While in law school, Mr. Molaghan excelled including in his roles as the President of the nationally ranked Mock Trial Team and as an elected class representative of the nationally recognized Student Bar Association. Mr. Molaghan is admitted to practice law in Florida and Georgia, including all Federal and State Courts. He is also a current member of the American Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division, the Tallahassee Bar Association, the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the Florida Justice Association, and the Capital City Justice Association.


University of Tampa, Bachelor of Science
Florida State University College of Law, Juris Doctor


American Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division
The Tallahassee Bar Association
The Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
The Florida Justice Association
The Capital City Justice Association