My name is Ryan. I am a trial attorney and founding partner of RKV Law in the Central Rockies of Colorado. This is my personal blog.

I am a native of Colorado and live in Carbondale. I earned a scholarship to play baseball at the University of Virginia. After graduating from UVa, I taught at a boarding school in England, traveled around the world and went to CU Law School. I was president of my class at CU Law School.


I am passionate about skiing, fly-fishing, mountain biking, backpacking and traveling. I have skied over a half-dozen 14ers, andtraveled to over 25 countries over 6 continents.

I was a deputy district attorney for the Office of the Fifth Judicial District (Eagle, Summit, Lake and Clear Creek counties) for 2.5 years. I took over a dozen cases to trial and litigated approximately 100 motions hearings as a prosecutor. The next chapter of my career was spent at Garfield & Hecht, P.C. in Aspen. Now, I am a partner at Reynolds, Kalamaya, and Voboril, LLC, focusing on the Roaring Fork and Vail Valleys. I enjoy working with individuals and businesses in resolving their disputes.

In 2013, I was awarded  the Client Distinction Award by the esteemed rating company, Martindale-Hubbell. Recognized for excellence in (1) quality of service, (2) overall value, (3) responsiveness, and (4) communications ability, I was rated a perfect 5 out of 5 by my clients. Less than 1% of the 900,000+ attorneys listed on martindale.com and lawyers.com have been accorded the Client Distinction Award.

Similarly, I was also a recipient of the 2013 Clients’ Choice Award by Avvo.com. My current rating of 9.3 out of 10 qualifies me as a “superb” attorney based on my experience, industry recognition and professional conduct.

Thanks for reading.


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