Bryan was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri. He now lives in Chesterfield with his wife and their young son, Reed. His first law job was as an undergraduate student consultant with the Washington University Interdisciplinary Environmental Clinic, part of the Wash U School of Law. During law school, Bryan particularly enjoyed his experience interning with the public defender office in Kenai, Alaska. He was also a legal intern with the New Orleans Mayor's Office of Environmental Affairs, and worked at the Missouri Coalition for the Environment, where he helped draft a petition to list the Ozark hellbender as a federal Endangered Species. After law school, Bryan worked at a law firm in Springfield, Missouri, handling personal injury, worker's compensation, family law, criminal defense, and social security disability cases. Prior to joining the Gusdorf Law Firm, he was a solo practitioner focusing on lemon law cases. Bryan has tried several cases to a jury as well as arbitration proceedings.
Missouri bar 2005; U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Missouri, U.S. District Court, Western District of Missouri
Bryan received his law degree from Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana, with a Certificate of Specialization in Environmental Law. While there, he was a Senior Managing Editor for The Sports Lawyer Journal, a Senior Justice on the Moot Court Honor Board, and a student attorney with the Tulane Environmental Law Clinic.
Missouri Bar, Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys, Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis
Bryan focuses on litigation, handling most of the firm's motion and trial practice. He has handled hundreds of lemon law cases, and represented numerous claimants in unemployment hearing.