Ryan C. Hild
Admitted to Practice
Admitted to the Connecticut State Bar in 2005.
Admitted to the New York State Bar in 2006.
Prior to joining Koeppel Martone and Leistman, Mr. Hild clerked for Judge John J. Toomey (Suffolk County Court), Judge Glenn A. Murphy (Suffolk County District Court), and Judge Francis Alessandro in the Commercial Real Estate Part of the Bronx County Civil Court. Mr. Hild also participated in the Second Department’s Mental Hygiene Legal Services Clinic at Brooklyn’s Kings County Hospital and served as a summer associate and associate at a civil litigation firm in Manhattan from 2003-2006. Mr. Hild volunteers for Kings Park School District events and he has volunteered for the Angels Without Faces charity since its inception in 2009.
Quinnipiac University (B.A. 2000).
New York Law School (J.D. 2005).
The American Property Tax Counsel, Suffolk, Nassau and Westchester County Bar Associations (Member of the Tax Certiorari and Condemnation Committee, Real Property Law Committee and Young Lawyers Committee, 2006-); New York State Bar Association, New York County Lawyers Association, New York State Assessors Association, Connecticut Bar Association and the American Bar Association, (2006-). Mr. Hild proudly serves on the Board of Directors of the Fort Salonga Association, where he advocates on behalf of the needs of his hometown neighbors. He also serves as legal advisor to the Kings Park Heritage Museum; is a member of the Kings Park Chamber of Commerce, the Smithtown Chamber of Commerce, the Hauppauge Industrial Association (Young Entrepreneurs Committee) and the Irish Business Network.
“Superstorm Sandy’s Impact on Property Taxes” Co-Author, Northeast Real Estate, November/December 2016; “Recovery Complicates Retail Property Tax” Co-Author, Heartland Real Estate Business, June 2016.