MS, Texas Tech University; BS Utah State University.
Ryan H. Law is an instructor in the Personal Financial Planning Department at the University of Missouri.
He is also the Director of the University of Missouri Office for Financial Success, Mizzou’s student money management center, where volunteer peer counselors educate students, faculty and staff through one-on-one counseling sessions and presentations on campus.
He is also the Director of the University of Missouri Council for Economic Education, which is part of the Missouri Council on Economic Education (MCEE). MCEE exists to promote economic and financial education in Missouri. This mission is achieved through teacher training and hosting numerous events around the state that promote economic and financial education.
Originally from Salt Lake City, Utah, Ryan received his undergraduate degree from Utah State University in Family and Consumer Sciences, with an emphasis in Family Finance. He received his Master’s degree in Personal Financial Planning from Texas Tech University.
Ryan teaches Financial Counseling (PFP 3282), Financial Survival (PFP 1183) and Financial Success (PFP 4483). His study interests include budgeting, credit and debt management, identity theft, student loans, bankruptcy and financial counseling tools and techniques.
Ryan is married to Traci Spotten and they have four children, Elizabeth, Abigail, Samuel and Emma.