J. Spencer Bryan


Mr. Bryan represents clients in Oklahoma state and federal courts, at the Oklahoma Supreme Court, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit.

Mr. Bryan is AV® Preeminent™ rated by Martindale-Hubble.  His arguments to the Oklahoma Supreme Court resulted in the historical decision in Bosh v. Cherokee County Governmental Building Authority, 305 P.3d 994 (Okla. 2013) which created civil rights for Oklahomans under the state constitution.

Mr. Bryan began practicing civil rights litigation after graduating from the University of Oklahoma.  Mr. Bryan has represented clients in a variety of cases involving state and federal constitutional rights, including police misconduct, excessive force, in-custody deaths, denial of adequate medical care, employment discrimination and freedom of speech and association.

Mr. Bryan also handles cases involving trucking litigation, nursing home claims, auto accidents, insurance bad faith, criminal law, wrongful death, traumatic brain injury, catastrophic injury, paralysis, HIV/AIDS discrimination, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the liability of privately operated jails and prisons.

Mr. Bryan is a native Tulsan. In his spare time, he enjoys running, cycling, exploring Oklahoma, and spending time with his wife and their pets.

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