Ryan Keeney was Called to the Bar in 2014, and co-founded KPA Lawyers in 2016 with his business partner, Preet Pannu.
As a Director at KPA, Ryan’s current responsibility is ensuring the advancement of KPA’s business interests.
These responsibilities include recruiting lawyers, quality assurance, training & development, using technology to optimize the firm’s operations, and, more recently, executing the corporation’s national expansion plans to bring the KPA brand to a Canada-wide audience.
Ryan’s practice is primarily in civil litigation, with a focus on human rights, employment law, tort law, commercial litigation and education law.
He has been interviewed by the CBC, Global News, the Toronto Star and News Talk 960AM in connection with his practice. In April 2017, he presented at Yale Law School, speaking about domestic violence and gender discrimination.
Ryan is also an approved Articling Principal by the Law Society of Ontario (LSO) and enthusiastically mentors new lawyers into the profession. According to the LSO, Principals must be “an exemplar of the profession, having regard to all circumstances including experience, competence, ethical standards and professional conduct record”.
He has been consulted by Vice News for his independent legal opinion regarding matters where he was not directly involved. Ryan has also been published on The Huffington Post Canada for his innovative approach to leadership in business.
Ryan has also been recognized as one of the top three civil litigation lawyers in Mississauga by ThreeBestRated.ca, an independent organization that applies a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust, cost, and general excellence.