Ryan P. Sullivan

Ryan P. Sullivan

  • Civil Rights, Estate Planning, Military Law
  • Colorado, Nebraska
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Practice Areas
  • Civil Rights
  • Estate Planning
  • Military Law
Additional Practice Area
  • General Civil
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
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  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Assistant Professor of Law
University of Nebraska College of Law
- Current
Associate Attorney
Kinsey Rowe Becker & Kistler, LLP
Law Clerk
Woods & Aitken, LLP
Law Clerk
Atwood Holsten and Brown Law Firm
Law Clerk
Texas Defender Services
Urban Fitness Inc.
Precision Fitness
United States Army
University of Nebraska - Lincoln
J.D. | Law
Honors: High Distinction, Order of the Coif, Order of the Barrister, Regents Scholar, Amen Scholar
Activities: National Trial Team, Law Review, Moot Court Board (Chair), Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys (President)
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California University of Pennsylvania
M.S. | Health Sciences
Honors: Deans List
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Colorado State University-Pueblo
B.A. | Business Administration
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Professional Associations
American Bar Association
- Current
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Articles & Publications
The Aftermath of Melendez-Diaz v. Massachusetts, 129 S. Ct. 2527 (2009): Identifying the Analyst Who Can Satisfy Confrontation
Nebraska Law Review
Premortem Cryopreservation: Recognizing a Patient's Right to Die in Order to Live
Quinnipiac Health Law Journal
Legal Answers
26 Questions Answered

Q. Omaha, Nebraska - My neighbors tree fell on my house. Is she responsible for having the tree removed?
A: The answer to this question is fact dependent. However, in many situations the neighbor would be responsible for the cost of having to remove the tree, and also the cost of repairing any damages the falling tree caused.
Q. What liablilty does the employyer have for excon employees
A: An employers liability will depend primarily on whether they were aware of the employee's misconduct, whether they failed to take appropriate action necessary to remedy the situation. Under some circumstances, an employer would be liable for damages caused by the conduct of an employee that constitutes sexual harassment of another employee, or subjects that employee to a hostile work environment.
Q. What benefits can the victim of a first degree assault charge obtain?
A: The short answer: restitution, civil damages, and possibly benefits through the Nebraska's Crime Victim's Reparation Program. The particular benefits applicable to your case will depend on the facts involved in the assault and the injuries sustained.
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Lincoln, NE, USA
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