Schoff & Reardon, Portsmouth NH (2014 – Present)
In 2014, Ian and Attorney Schoff founded Schoff & Reardon, PLLC. Since then, Ian has primarily concentrated on divorce and related matters, successfully resolving numerous cases through both settlement and litigation. He continues to leverage his technical background to enhance efficiency and help control costs for his clients.
MyApartmentMap – Apartment Search (7 years)
Ian was the founder and CEO of MyApartmentMap, an online apartment search engine. He and his team developed web and mobile applications that enabled renters to search and secure apartments across the United States. Ian later sold the company and embarked on his legal career.
Fast Search & Transfer – Microsoft (3 years)
Ian served as a Senior Software Engineer at Fast Search & Transfer (now Microsoft) for 3 years. During his tenure, he played a crucial role in developing search engines used by medical doctors and scientific researchers.
Alstom Signaling – General Electric (3 years)
Ian worked as a Software Engineer, developing train control software that was utilized by some of the largest subway and commuter rail systems in the United States.
Law School & Education
Suffolk University Law School
Ian graduated from Suffolk University Law School in 2009. He was on the Dean’s List for several semesters and graduated near the top of his class. Ian’s concentrations were in intellectual property law, including patent law, trademark, and copyright. During law school, Ian worked for the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office in the gang violence division. Ian managed to successfully work part-time as a software engineer while handling the rigorous demands of being a full-time law student.
Rochester Institute of Technology
Attorney Reardon is a computer science graduate from Rochester Institute of Technology. With a focus on software engineering, he earned a place on the Dean’s List for several semesters. While attending RIT, Ian also gained valuable real-world experience by working full-time for 2 years on the development of software that controlled subway trains.