Bryan practices with Preti Flaherty’s Business Law practice group from the firm’s Portland office. He represents diverse clients in matters involving business formation, commercial contracts, labor dispute resolution, cross-border transactional matters, and IP licensing agreements.
Bryan graduated from the University of Massachusetts, Duke Law School, and Oxford’s Saïd Business School. At Duke, Bryan was a student-attorney with the Start-Up Ventures Clinic, the Community Enterprise Clinic, and the Civil Justice Clinic. He also served on the transactional law competition board, worked as a teaching assistant for Distinctive Aspects of American Law, was a coordinator for the Southern Justice Spring Break pro bono trip, and chaired the reintegration team for Duke Law's Innocence Project. While pursuing his MBA at Oxford, Bryan was elected to the Oxford Union, earned his Greenbelt certification in Lean Six Sigma, and won both the Microsoft Business Innovation Challenge and the Venture Capital Investment Competition at the business school.
Prior to joining Preti Flaherty, Bryan started a Tokyo-based recruitment consulting firm with his brothers, and held legal internships with the U.S. Department of Treasury, the Securities and Exchange Commission, and several international law firms throughout Asia.
A native of Marshfield, Massachusetts, Bryan now lives in Portland with his wife and daughter.
- Duke University School of Law (J.D., 2017)
- Said Business School, University of Oxford (M.B.A., 2017)
- University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth (B.A., summa cum laude, 2009)
- Economics and Political Science
- Commonwealth Scholarship
- Political Science Department's Professor Emeritus Award
- Pi Sigma Alpha Honor Society's National Washington Internship Scholarship
- American Bar Association