Ryley T Bennett is a 2L J.D. candidate graduating in May 2018. She grew up in Corrales, New Mexico, and earned her Bachelor of Arts in Honors Arts & Letters, graduating with highest honors, in 2015 from Texas Tech University. She also received minors in both Spanish and Legal Studies.
In addition to being a Staff Member for the Texas Tech Law Review, Ryley is a Teaching Fellow for Professor Kime-Goodwin’s Legal Practice course, and is on both a National Arbitration Team and National Mock Trial Team. Recently, she participated in the ABA National Arbitration Competition where her team took first place. She is also the Treasurer for the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity and a member of the Energy Law Interest Group. Ryley’s interests include litigation, commercial law, property law, oil and gas law, and business law.
Most recently, Ryley worked in the Office of General Counsel for Texas Tech University. Prior to law school, she interned at the Office of Congressman John Carter in Washington, D.C.