Bryan recently joined the Trial & Injury practice at Shaw Kreizer law firm as a PIPS Acquisition Specialist. There he conducts research and analysis on patient healthcare cases, office management, and acquiring new clients. Shaw Kreizer serves a wide variety of healthcare clients, and the firm’s expertise lies in areas that are of particular interest to the healthcare industry, including compliance, self-referral, anti-kickback, payment and reimbursement matters, licensure and certification and coverage issues.
Prior to SK Law, Bryan led the Middlesex County race for Sheriff and Freeholder as Campaign Manager where he was responsible for overall campaign strategy and messaging for four county candidates. He also served as an adviser and volunteer for his local Mayoral and Town Council candidates. There developed his management and leadership skills in organizing and coordinating local GOTV volunteer efforts, field operations, communication and media training, community and youth outreach, fundraising, and opposition research and data analysis.
Bryan previously served as Legislative Aide for State Senator Samuel Thompson of NJ 12th Legislative District, where he directed legislative policy and proposals, supervised the legislative internship program, and provided legislative services and assistance to district residents.
Bryan graduated with a B.A. in Political Science and Minor in History from Rutgers University.