Tyler L. Ring


Tyler L. Ring completed his undergraduate studies at The University of Tennessee in 2019, where he graduated magna cum laude with his Bachelor of Science in biochemistry and molecular biology. He graduated magna cum laude from The University of Tennessee College of Law in 2022.

During law school, Tyler served as an Executive Editor on Tennessee Law Review and received the Review’s Silver Pen Award in 2020 for his article analyzing federal mandatory minimum sentencing jurisprudence. He has also published articles on social media-driven insider trading and veil piercing of series LLCs in Transactions: The Tennessee Journal of Business Law.

Tyler spent two years as a research assistant for Professor Joan Heminway, assisting with her research into gender disparities in insider trading enforcement. He also served as secretary of UT Law’s Health Law Society, as a student attorney in the Transactional Law Clinic, and as a member of the Saul Lefkowitz Trademark Moot Court Team.

After law school, Tyler clerked for the Honorable Justice Sharon G. Lee on the Tennessee Supreme Court. While at the Court, he spent a lot of time drafting opinions and even more learning from Justice Lee about the practice of law.

As a lifelong Tennessean, Tyler enjoys cheering on the Volunteers whenever he can. To keep his blood pressure down, he prefers to do so with his wife, Peyton, and his dog, Fitzgerald.

University of Tennessee – Knoxville, B.S. – 2019

University of Tennessee – Knoxville, J.D. – 2022