Ryan M. Busby

My legal practice is focused primarily on landlord/tenant issues and transactional issues associated with real property, specifically easements, boundary adjustments and shared well agreements. In addition, I defend people accused of misdemeanors as well as assisting those convicted regain their civil rights and vacate their conviction records.

My practice areas include:

  • Landlord Tenant Law
  • Residential Real Property
  • Wills and Trusts
  • Contract Review
  • Misdemeanor Criminal Defense
  • Restoration of Firearms Rights
  • Restoration of Civil Rights
  • Vacating Criminal Convictions
My background:
Raised in rural northern California, I grew up enjoying the outdoors, hunting, fishing and camping. After obtaining my bachelor's degree from Sonoma State University in Santa Rosa, California, I decided to move north and attended Gonzaga University School of Law where I graduate magna cum laude in 2012.

During the second half of my law school career, I worked for a Landlord Tenant attorney as a rule 9 intern preparing, filing and arguing 40-60 unlawful detainers each month. In addition, I worked as an intern for the Washington State Court of Appeals, Division 3. While waiting for my bar results, I interned at the Shasta County District Attorney's office in Redding, California. I then moved back north to be near my now wife, who is a Clark County native. I am now a partner at Morse Bratt Andrews & Terry, LLP.

When I am not practicing law, I spend my time camping, golfing, and riding atv's.

Bar Admissions
  • Oregon, 2012
  • Washington, 2014
Education
  • Gonzaga University School of Law - Spokane, Washington
    J.D. magna cum laude - 2012
  • Sonoma State University - Santa Rosa, California
    B.A. cum laude - 2009
    Major: Political Science
Associations
  • Lower Columbia Contractor's Association - Executive Board Member