Bryan received a B.S. in economics from Brigham Young University, where he was the campus liaison and editor for ConSource. At William & Mary he was communications editor of the William & Mary Law Review, a member of the Moot Court Team, an editor of the Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy Student Symposium Issue, and president of the Federalist Society. In summer 2011 he was an intern at the Commonwealth Attorney’s Office for Williamsburg/James City, and he was a summer associate at Snell & Wilmer during summer 2012. After graduation he clerked for the Honorable Jorge A. Solis at the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas.
His Own Words
"William & Mary was absolutely the right choice for me, and I would make the exact same decision over again. The unique experiences I have had working with faculty members and in the school's clinics made law school the most engaging academic experience of my life. Every professor I have taken a class with has had their students' interest at the front of their goals. Our student body's legacy of a collegiality made an enormous difference for me by removing unnecessary stress and giving me others to connect with. I have appreciated that both the student body and the faculty make William & Mary feel like a home, rather than just a school."