Dan Bryson is a founding Partner of Milberg Coleman Bryson Phillip Grossman PLLC with offices across the country and internationally. He has practiced out of Raleigh for the last 34 years and is proud to be a long-time supporter of NCAJ and a past Board of Governors member. Bryson focuses his practice on consumer class actions and commercial litigation.

Bryson has been named as a member of the Legal Elite and Super Lawyers in North Carolina on numerous occasions. He has been awarded the designation of one of the Top 25 lawyers in Raleigh by Charlotte Magazine for a number of years. Over the years, Bryson has been a frequent speaker on numerous CLE topics and has been quoted by numerous publications.

He has also an been adjunct professor at Campbell Law School in Raleigh for many years where taught “Introduction to Class Actions and Multi-District Litigation.”

Bryson is currently on the Executive Board and is the immediate past president of the Public Justice Foundation Board, a nationwide public interest law firm that is supported by the plaintiffs’ bar. Once of his proudest accomplishments as president of Public Justice was to strengthen the Diversity Equity Inclusion and Accessibility committee and initiatives.