Ryan M. Schmitz specializes in employment law. He graduated cum laude from Georgetown University Law Center, where he was a staff member of the Georgetown Law Journal and executive editor of the Annual Review of Criminal Procedure. After graduating from law school, Ryan spent a year as a law fellow with Disability Rights Maine, focusing on discrimination on the basis of substance use disorder in employment, housing, and public accommodations. Ryan is the author of Substance Use as a Second-Class Disability: A Survey of the ADA’s Disarmament of Individuals in Recovery, published in the Maine Law Review. Ryan also served as a law clerk for Associate Justice Andrew M. Horton of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court.