Bryan’s background is in Mechanical Engineering which allows him a breadth of understanding in multiple technical fields. As a graduate of the University of Utah, Bryan studied the human application of mechanical engineering where he focused on the effectiveness of various video application programs in predicting and analyzing human risk factors in a variety of industrial environments. He spent time learning about the design and mimic of human function translated into robotic applications. During his undergraduate studies Bryan worked on the development of a human like device activated by shape memory alloys. Additionally, Bryan worked to build and program an autonomous robot capable of self-navigating a maze.
Prior to entering the legal profession Bryan utilized his degrees in Mechanical Engineering while working for Orbital ATK. As a Mechanical Engineer, Bryan diversified his skills in the development and production of a variety of carbon fiber composite structures including large scale rocket motors and critical aircraft components for the Airbus A350 and A400M aircrafts. His work experience allowed him to further develop skills in programming and production development processes.
During law school Bryan spent his 1L summer in the UNH School of Law IP clinic where he participated in the prosecution and litigation of trademarks under the USPTO’s Law School Clinic Certification Program. Additionally, Bryan was a member of the moot court team competing in the Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition, dedicated to trademark and unfair trade practice law.
University of Utah, BS, Mechanical Engineering
University of Utah, MS, Mechanical Engineering
University of New Hampshire School of Law (formerly Franklin Pierce Law Center), JD
United States Patent and Trademark Office