Bryan P. Tyson is able to draw on a wealth of relationships and knowledge in Atlanta and Washington to help clients achieve their goals. Mr. Tyson is an election specialist and works closely with elected officials on campaign finance issues and election administration. His history in and out of government gives him unique insight about the best way to navigate the complexity of the political world.
Previously, Mr. Tyson served as the Executive Director of the Georgia Public Defender Council. He was appointed to that position by Governor Nathan Deal and lobbied successfully for more than $11 million in new funding from the Georgia General Assembly during his tenure.
Before serving at GPDC, Mr. Tyson was an associate at a litigation boutique, where he focused on civil and appellate litigation in state and federal court. With other lawyers in the firm, Mr. Tyson advised the Georgia General Assembly during its 2011 redistricting process and was appointed as Special Assistant Attorney General to assist in securing federal approval of all three redistricting plans adopted by the legislature during its special session.
Prior to admission to the bar, he worked in the Georgia General Assembly, most recently with the office of the minority leader of the Georgia House of Representatives. Following his work in the Georgia General Assembly, Mr. Tyson served as a policy aide to former Third District Congressman Lynn Westmoreland in Washington, D.C.
American Enterprise Institute Leadership Network, Member
Appellate Practice Section of the State Bar of Georgia, Chair, 2014-2015, Member
Emory University Board of Visitors, Member
Georgia Resource Center, Board of Directors
Governor’s Appellate Jurisdiction Review Commission, 2015
Federalist Society, Executive Board Member
Indigent Defense Committee of the State Bar of Georgia, Member
Republican National Lawyers Association, Member