Blake Edward Ryland is focused on the practice of personal injury law, with a concentration of automobile accident and premise liability.
He was admitted to the Louisiana bar in 2012 and admitted to practice before the U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit, and the U.S. District Court, Eastern Western and
Middle Districts of Louisiana.
Blake received his Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Political Science from the University of Lafayette at Louisiana in 2007. He earned his law degree (Juris Doctor) from Southern University Law Center in 2012. He also attended Queen Mary University of London, England, in 2010 for law school where he studied Comparative Constitution Law and European Law. Blake is a member of the Avoyelles Parish Bar Association and the Louisiana State Bar Association. He also served as President for the Avoyelles Bar Association in 2016. He also attended a trial seminar at Trial Lawyer College, Gerry Spence.
Blake was an associate attorney with the Ryland Law Firm from 2012 – 2017 and rejoined the practice in 2021. Blake was also an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Louisiana in the Litigation Division for Attorney General, Jeff Landry, from 2017-2021 and represented various state entities, including Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development.