Ryan P. Molaghan is an associate attorney with Brooks LeBoeuf, P.A. and advocates for people who have been criminally accused or who have fallen victim to the negligence, malfeasance or misfeasance of others. He focuses his practice in the areas of criminal defense, and civil litigation with an emphasis on personal injury, civil rights protection, employment law, and professional malpractice.

Ryan grew up in Massachusetts and was an avid athlete throughout his adolescence, deciding to pursue his passion for baseball at the University of Tampa. Upon earning his Bachelor of Science degree in Finance, Ryan worked in the insurance industry and later started a career as a financial analyst in New York City. Ultimately, Ryan’s competitive nature and fascination with the American judicial system encouraged him to change paths and pursue a career as an attorney.

Ryan earned his Juris Doctorate at the Florida State University College of Law in Tallahassee, Florida. While in law school Ryan served an elite group of students as the President of the Mock Trial Team which performed notably well in several national competitions, under his leadership. Ryan also served his peers as Representative of Florida State Law’s nationally recognized Student Bar Association. Ryan is a current member of the American Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division, the Tallahassee Bar Association, the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the Florida Justice Association, and the Capital City Justice Association.

Mr. Molaghan is a member in good standing with the Florida Bar, Georgia Bar and is admitted to practice in all Florida Courts, Georgia Courts, and the United States District Court, Northern District of Florida.


  • University of Tampa, Bachelor of Science
  • Florida State University College of Law, Juris Doctor


  • American Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division
  • The Tallahassee Bar Association
  • The Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
  • The Florida Justice Association
  • The Capital City Justice Association