Riley is an Associate Attorney at Brown Immigration Law focused on providing effective and efficient service to his clients in the biotech and software development industries. Riley’s legal insight regarding the dynamic area of corporate immigration is an asset to his clients and their employees in all U.S. immigrant and non-immigrant matters.
Riley is a double alum of the University of Kansas. Prior to attending law school in Lawrence, he earned a bachelor’s degree in Political Science. He went on to earn a Juris Doctorate with the distinction of providing more than 100 hours of pro bono work during his time in law school. Riley worked his way through law school by serving his hometown in the classroom as a substitute teacher and in the courtroom as an Intern District Attorney. In his final semester of law school, Riley developed a passion for immigration work while serving as a Legal Fellow on the House Judiciary Committee in Washington, D.C. During his time in the Capitol, Riley had the opportunity to help shape legislation that would better serve our nation’s immigrants. This exposure and insight to U.S. immigration policy motivated Riley to pursue a career advocating for a fair and inclusive immigration system in the United States.
In his free time, Riley enjoys spending time with his family, walking his dog named “Teddy”, watching Kansas City football, and taking trips to the lake in the summertime. Riley takes pride in being a devoted son, brother, friend, and attorney.