• PRACTICE FOCUS+
  • EDUCATION+
    • Louisiana State University Law Center
      J.D./C.L., Magna Cum Laude 2017; Order of the Coif, Louisiana Law Review
    • Louisiana State University
      B.S. in Civil Engineering, 2012
  • ADMISSIONS+
    • Louisiana
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Ryan H. King

Ryan King is an associate in Phelps Dunbar’s Baton Rouge office, where he focuses his practice on real estate, business, and regulatory issues.

Prior to becoming an attorney, Ryan King gained extensive experience in the construction and engineering industry. Before receiving his engineering degree, Mr. King worked in the construction industry on commercial, industrial, and heavy civil projects. Upon obtaining a Civil Engineering degree, Mr. King was employed as Civil/Structural Engineer at a multinational engineering company designing projects for clients in the petrochemical, industrial, and marine sectors.

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Ryan King is an associate in Phelps Dunbar’s Baton Rouge office, where he focuses his practice on real estate, business, and regulatory issues.

Prior to becoming an attorney, Ryan King gained extensive experience in the construction and engineering industry. Before receiving his engineering degree, Mr. King worked in the construction industry on commercial, industrial, and heavy civil projects. Upon obtaining a Civil Engineering degree, Mr. King was employed as Civil/Structural Engineer at a multinational engineering company designing projects for clients in the petrochemical, industrial, and marine sectors.

Mr. King is also co-founder of The Crawfish App, which allows users to search for live or boiled crawfish based on price, reviews and location. Mr. King and his application were recognized and awarded grant funds as part of Louisiana State University’s Student Incubator’s 2017 Venture Challenge and have received local and regional recognition by various media outlets.

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Publications
  • The Catahoula Basin: Historically a River, Currently a Lake - Who Owns It?, Louisiana Law Review, LLR Lagniappe (April 4, 2017)
  • We Need A Fracking Baseline, 77 La. L. Rev. 545 (2016)