Ryan Lasaki

Ryan Lasaki, the founder of Caspian Legal, has a background and a diverse set of qualifications that have prepared him for his role as a solicitor and RMA. Ryan grew up in Rasht, north of Iran, on the southern coast of the Caspian Sea. He studied English translation at Kashan University, and then went on to obtain an MBA at the University of Guilan, before becoming a NAATI Advanced Translator and Professional Interpreter in Australia.

Ryan’s passion for the law was ignited during his studies at the Australian National University, where he studied Migration Law. This passion led him to pursue a Juris Doctor degree. Ryan’s dedication and hard work paid off when he was awarded a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) after years of intense studies.

At Caspian Legal, Ryan is committed to providing high-quality legal services to the community. He believes that while we may make a living through our work, it is more important to establish a good reputation and name in the community. Ryan has a client-first approach, believing that most of the clients are right most of the time. He also acknowledges that mistakes can be made in any profession, including the legal field. Nevertheless, he strives to minimize these mistakes by ensuring that all of the firm’s efforts are carried out with the utmost honesty and diligence.

Caspian Legal does not guarantee specific results for its clients, but it does guarantee to always provide its services with the highest level of honesty and diligence. The team at Caspian Legal is dedicated to serving their clients with the utmost integrity, ensuring that every case is handled with the same level of care and attention to detail.

When he is not in the office, Ryan enjoys spending time with his family and friends, kayaking, camping, calligraphy, and writing poetry. He is a well-rounded individual who brings a unique perspective and passion to the legal field.

Ryan may have a keen legal mind, but don’t ask him to troubleshoot your computer or fix things. Despite his valiant efforts, he just can’t seem to master the art of tech support and preparing faulty items. But, every once in a while, Ryan experiences a moment of glory when he successfully solves a technical issue or uses his hammer or saw around the house. Who knows, maybe one day he’ll be able to add “tech wizard” or “handyman” to his list of qualifications!

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