Ann P. Bryant
Ann P. Bryant graduated cum laude from Roger Williams University School of Law where she was a staff writer for Law Review and Secretary of the Women's Law Society. Ann was a New York Pro-Bono Scholar, Jurisprudence Scholar, and Public Interest Scholar. Prior to establishing Bryant Law, Ann clerked for the US District Court in the Western District of Washington and worked as a staff attorney for the Urban Justice Center, a non-profit law firm in New York City. Continuing education is important to Ann, who has completed hundreds of hours of estate planning-specific education courses in addition to the Washington State CLE requirement. Ann is licensed to practice in Washington and New York.
Prior to law school, Ann had a career as a social worker, earning a master's degree in social work from the University of Texas at Austin. Ann is passionate about mental health, LGBTQ+ rights, and finding a solution to homelessness.
In her personal life, Ann enjoys time with friends, hiking, wine tasting, and ensuring that her mini-Aussie, Bruce, gets enough exercise.