- J.D., The Florida State University College of Law
- B.B.A., The College of William & Mary
- risk management & insurance
Ryan Grelecki is a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Risk Management & Insurance, teaching a variety of law courses, as well as courses related to risk management & insurance and entrepreneurship. Ryan is also the faculty advisor for Gamma Iota Sigma, the Risk Management & Insurance student organization, as well as the university-wide pre-law advisor. Ryan received the Robinson Award for Excellence in Teaching for 2017-2018. In 2016, Ryan was named the Charles M. Hewitt Master Teacher by the Academy of Legal Studies in Business.
Prior to full-time teaching, Ryan served as the Director of Business Development for the Atlanta-based tech start-up, Kredible Technologies. At Kredible, he was focused on driving sales, providing client services professionals with uniquely designed, industry-specific tools, which allowed them to take control of and elevate their online credibility in order to realize greater success in their own business development.
Before his entrepreneurial role at Kredible, Ryan gained valuable experience in various facets of the legal industry. He practiced law for several years in two of the nation’s largest law firms, focused on commercial litigation, electronic records management strategy, litigation avoidance and general business counseling. After full-time practice, Ryan worked as a legal recruiter and then managed attorney professional development at another of the nation’s largest law firms. Prior to law school, Ryan worked as a Technology Analyst with Accenture, deploying CRM software solutions at large telecommunications companies.
Beyond teaching, Ryan is a Certified Practitioner of the Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument® (HBDI®) and a Certified GrowBIG® Facilitator, Coach, and Consultant, providing business development consulting services to professionals. He also provides legal career counseling to current and future law students, as well as recent law school graduates, through his proprietary program based on the HBDI®, LawWhys?. He has further leveraged his HBDI® certification to the benefit of Robinson students in both the WomenLead and Panthers in the Valley programs, counseling them on Whole Brain® Thinking and its application to both professional and personal pursuits. He is also actively involved in various fundraising efforts supporting Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, as his oldest son, Parker, is a CMNH Miracle Child.
- Ryan C. Grelecki & Susan L. Willey, “Applying Legal Concepts to Business in a Legal & Ethical Environment of Business Course: The Build-A-Business Project,” 34 J. LEGAL STUD. EDUC. 89 (2017).
- Toxic Mold Litigation, Second Edition (Lawyers & Judges Publishing), 2009.
- Can Law and Economics Bring the Funk…or Efficiency?: A Law and Economics Analysis of Digital Sampling, 33 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. 297 (2005).