Ryan Julison has spent more than 25 years leading communications and media relations efforts on a wide-range of issues of international public interest. Julison is recognized for his unique expertise directing media and public relations strategies for attorneys and in crisis situations.

He established Julison Communications in 2009, creating a specialized, full-service public relations and crisis communications firm with a focus on highly-dynamic, complex litigation issues.

Julison is highly sought after for his strategic communications counsel to both attorneys and their clients involving stories of national and international media interest. Julison has many long-held and respected relationships with news media professionals at all levels.

He works with attorneys on cases that are already receiving media attention and on those for which he works to cultivate media interest.

Julison led media relations for the unprecedented $1.2 billion Black Farmers Settlement in 2013, sex abuse litigation at Ohio State University and the University of Michigan, a record-breaking $23.6 billion tobacco verdict and a $1 billion rape verdict.

Of note, Julison has managed media for the families and attorneys of Trayvon Martin, George Floyd, Rayshard Brooks, Ahmaud Arbery, Walter Scott, Alton Sterling, Jonathan Ferrell, among many others.

Prior to forming Julison Communications, Julison served as SVP of Corporate Communications at Ginn Resorts and in various capacities at PR and advertising agencies.

Julison is a graduate of Stetson University and is active in a number of charitable endeavors.