Brian Riley

Attorney at Law / Managing Partner - Washington State

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Brian Riley

Brian is engaged to Doug and Claudia’s daughter Casey and has been part of the Zanes family since the very beginning. Although Casey and Brian are not yet married, we already consider him to be one of our son-in-laws. Brian grew up in Tucson and loves everything about Arizona including the people, the weather, and the culture. He received his  undergraduate degree from Northern Arizona University where he played football and led the NAU football team as a Captain during his senior year. At NAU Brian received duel business degrees in marketing and management. Brian finished law school in 2015, graduating Magna Cum Laude. Brian received his license to practice law in Arizona in 2015 and in Washington State in 2018.

Brian handles personal injury cases for clients in both Arizona and Washington State, and he is an owner and the Managing Partner of Zanes Law – Washington State. Brian also heads the immigration practice at Zanes Law National Immigration Lawyers.

In his free time Brian enjoys spending time with Casey and their dog Frank. They enjoy spending time outdoors and working out together.

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