Bryan R. Howard


Bryan Howard

Bryan Howard, Esq. "the lawyer who fights for you" aggressively, effectively, and successfully represents his clients.

Bryan was a two-time All-American hockey player in college and he takes that same tenacity into the courtroom. He is afraid of no one and will stand up to any judge, prosecutor or attorney that stands in the way of justice for his clients.

Bryan Howard knows that bad things can happen to good people, but that this bad event should not adversely impact their reputation, their family, or their freedom. So, he uses his experience, his excellent team of attorneys and administrative staff along with his unmatched skill and determination to achieve the best results for his clients.

Bryan also uses many innovative techniques to get an edge on his adversaries. If a motion doesn't exist, he'll invent it. If a law or rule seems unjust, he'll challenge it. As a former prosecutor, he has seen both sides. The bottom line is, Bryan stops at nothing to help his clients get the best possible result.


William Mitchell College of Law – St. Paul, Minnesota

  • Juris Doctorate – 2005

Concordia College – Morehead, Minnesota

  • Bachelor’s Degree cum laude – 2001

Bar Admissions

  • Georgia State and Superior Courts
  • Supreme Court of Georgia
  • Georgia Court of Appeals
  • Federal District Court 11th Circuit
  • Federal District Court of Appeals 11th Circuit


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