Ryan Kingshill is an Associate with Marks, O’Neil, O’Brien, Doherty, & Kelly’s Delaware office. He is admitted to practice in Delaware.
Ryan graduated cum laude from Lebanon Valley College in 2017 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Health Science and Religion. While at Lebanon Valley College, Ryan played Varsity football and was a member of the Theta Alpha Kappa Religious Studies Honor Society. He attended Penn State Dickinson Law, graduating cum laude in 2021.
While at law school, Ryan was awarded a Full Merit Scholarship and the Cottrell Delaware Scholarship. Ryan also volunteered for the Harrisburg Expungement Clinic and LIHEAP Utility Assistance Program. While an Articles Editor for the Dickinson Law Review, he authored the article “Finding Parity Through Preclusion: Novel Mental Health Parity Finding Parity Through Preclusion: Novel Mental Health Parity Solutions at the State Level Solutions at the State Level,” 125 Dick. L. Rev. 555 (2021).
Prior to law school, Ryan worked as a Physical Therapy Technician at Drayer Physical Therapy and as a Healthcare Consultant for Cloudmed Solutions. During law School, Ryan was an IOLTA fellow at the Senior Law Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He also interned at the Pennsylvania Office of General Counsel: Department of Health and was a Federal Judicial Intern for The Honorable Judge Jennifer Wilson. Ryan was also a Research Assistant for the Addiction Legal Response Team, a Dickinson Law organization tasked with researching legal responses to the ongoing opioid crisis. Prior to joining Marks O’Neil, Ryan clerked with the Delaware Office from Summer 2020-Spring 2021.
Since joining Marks O’Neil in 2020, Ryan has assisted on premises liability, products liability, professional liability, medical malpractice, toxic tort, and negligent hiring/retention matters.
Outside work, Ryan enjoys history, athletics, reading, and movies.
J.D., Penn State Dickinson School of Law, cum laude, 2021
B.S., Lebanon Valley College, cum laude, 2017
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