Thomas Ritz maintains a broad complex commercial litigation practice.
While at Yale Law School, Thomas was a Coker Fellow, a notes & comments editor for the Yale Law Journal, and a features editor for the Yale Journal of International Law. He was also a member of Yale’s Legal Assistance: Immigrant Rights Clinic, which represents immigrants in defensive removal proceedings in New Haven. He also served on the board of First-Generation Professionals. During law school, he interned at the American Civil Liberties Union’s Voting Rights Project, where he worked on cases challenging discriminatory redistricting plans and voter suppression policies.
Prior to law school, he was a paralegal at the Federal Trade Commission, where he worked on numerous antitrust investigations. He is fluent in French.
Thomas’s admission to the New York Bar is pending.