Bryan’s practice focuses on product liability and toxic tort defense. As a member of trial teams that involved high-stakes litigation, he has experience drafting evidentiary and dispositive motions along with assisting in trial strategy. Bryan’s case team assignments also include responsibilities in all areas of pre-trial defense. This ranges from initial drafting of responsive pleadings to fact investigation, deposing witnesses, and frequent research and writing on a wide variety of legal issues.

Before joining Shook, Bryan was an assistant district attorney with the Bristol County District Attorney’s Office where he obtained significant courtroom experience. During this time he represented Massachusetts as lead prosecutor in numerous bench and jury trials. Bryan also gained experience arguing in court on a wide range of motions and evidentiary hearings, such as motions to dismiss and motions to suppress. 

While attending law school, Bryan was a staff writer and then senior editor for the Boston College Law Review. Bryan interned for the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office where he conducted research and drafted legal memorandums regarding constitutional rights issues, discovery of grand jury testimony, and disclosure of confidential informant materials. Bryan was also a legal intern at the Boston College Legal Services LAB, a fully functioning law firm within the college providing community legal services, where he managed numerous civil litigation cases.