Ryan Bates


Bankruptcy Attorney with 14 Years Experience

Texas

Austin, TX 78701
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About Ryan Bates

Practicing in Jurisdictions

  • Texas

    Admitted in 2006

Experience

  • Bates PLLC

Associations

  • State Bar of Texas # 24055152

    Member

Education and Training

  • Duke University School of Law

    Doctor of Jurisprudence/Juris Doctor (J.D.)

    2006

Languages

  • English

Ryan Bates's Office Location

1823 Stout St

Austin, TX 78701


Frequently Asked Questions

What jursidctions can Ryan Bates practice in?

Ryan Bates is admitted to practice in Texas.

How many years of experience does Ryan Bates have?

Ryan Bates has 14 years experience.

What types of law does Ryan Bates practice?

Ryan Bates practices bankruptcy law as well as appeals & appellate, communications & internet law and gov & administrative law.

Where is Ryan Bates's office located?

Ryan Bates's office is located at 1823 Stout St Austin, TX 78701.

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