Ray Cunneen

Rule 9 Legal Intern

Hi, my name is Ray Cunneen. I was born and raised in Columbia, Missouri. I’m a small-town kid with big-city dreams. I always knew I wanted to help others. From a young age, I found that my struggles with racism and generational poverty gave me the strength and experience to connect with others, to hold my head high, and to find ways to make this world a better place. 

At 20, I joined the Army as a Cavalry Scout. I spent over four years on active duty, stationed at Fort Lewis, with one tour to Afghanistan. After leaving the military, I returned to school and graduated in 2020 with a BA in Human Services. I am in my last year of law school at the University of Missouri and will graduate in the spring of 2025.

I am married to my beautiful wife, Danielle, and we have three beautiful children. We look forward to raising our children in the amazing Pacific Northwest. I also look forward to helping the people of our community, building a brighter future for my family and yours, and holding others accountable for their conduct.


University of Missouri School of Law, Columbia, MO

Juris Doctor Candidate, Anticipated Graduation May 2025

Honors and Activities:

  • Missouri Law Veteran Society, President
  • Black Law Student Association, Competition Chair
  • Board of Advocates 1L Moot Court, Finalist
  • Board of Advocates Mock Trial Competition, Semifinalist

Columbia College, Columbia, MO

Bachelor of Arts, Human Services, May 2021
Minor: Criminal Justice


Campiche Andrews Horne, Seattle, WA

Legal Licensed Intern: May 2024-Present

  • Review and evaluate evidence for case preparations, negotiations, and dispositions.
  • Represent clients at various pretrial appearances
  • Research, write briefs, and present oral arguments for various motions
  • Engage in pre-hearing negotiations, including dismissals, plea agreements, and other resolutions

Armed Forces & Veteran’s Affairs Committee Chair


  • Missouri NAACP

Chapel Law, Jefferson City, MO

Legal Intern: March 2023-April 2024

  • Conduct legal research, intake interviews, and follow-up calls with clients.
  • Draft legal documents, including memos, pleadings, preservation letters, and various motions related to personal injury law and discrimination charges
  • Observe trials, motion hearings, mediations, depositions, and negotiations

United States Army, Joint-Base Lewis McChord, Washington

Cavalry Scout: February 2012-October 2016

  • Achieved the rank of Sergeant (E-5)
  • Deployed to Afghanistan in 2013


  • Army Commendation Medal (2nd award)
  • Army Achievement Medal
  • NATO Medal
  • Afghanistan Campaign Medal
  • National Defense Service Medal
  • Combat Action Badge
  • Non-Commissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon
  • Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
  • Army Good Conduct Medal
  • 2022-2023 SALUTE Veterans National Honor Society Inductee

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