Charleston, WV
600 Quarrier Street
Charleston, WV 25301
T: 304-347-1143
F: 304-347-1749
  • Law Clerk, The Honorable Judge Anita Harold Ashley, Circuit Judge for the Fifth Judicial Circuit of West Virginia (2019-2021)

J.D., University of South Carolina School of Law (2019)

B.S., Political Science, West Virginia University (2016)

  • Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia
  • South Carolina Supreme Court
Photo of Ryan A. Nash

Ryan A. Nash


Ryan Nash is an associate attorney in Bowles Rice’s Charleston, West Virginia, office.  He attended West Virginia University and earned his bachelor’s degree in political science before attending the University of South Carolina School of Law to earn his law degree.

Ryan is licensed to practice law in both West Virginia and South Carolina.  In his everyday practice, Ryan frequently represents physicians, hospitals, and other health care providers in actions alleging medical malpractice, and he is well-positioned to handle professional licensing disputes.  Ryan prides himself on identifying critical legal issues based on the particular needs of each case.  Through this analytical approach, Ryan recognizes the unique medical issues of each case and employs his persuasive writing ability to effectively advocate for his clients.

Ryan also dedicates a large part of his practice to representing individuals, business owners, businesses, and financial institutions in commercial and financial litigation matters.  Additionally, Ryan is an experienced litigator in numerous other areas of the law, including general tort defense, product liability, personal injury, premises liability, as well as mass tort and complex civil litigation matters.  Ryan also has experience in providing counsel to his clients regarding a myriad of employment and organizational issues. 

After graduating from law school, Ryan served as a Law Clerk to The Honorable Anita Harold Ashley, Circuit Judge for the Fifth Judicial Circuit of West Virginia, where he gained invaluable perspective into the inner workings of our justice system.  Ryan frequently uses this experience to aid clients in strategical navigation of the litigation process.