Firm/Employer: Bryan S. Anderson Attorney at Law P.A.
Law School: University of Chicago, 1986
Year admitted to practice: 1986
Year joined PBCBA: 2010
Bryan S. Anderson
What is your current Practice area?
Retired from Florida Power & Light Company, assisting with pro bono civil rights and education projects.
Please provide a short bio of your background:
Please provide a short bio of your background: I studied law because of my interest in history and economics. I practiced electric utility regulatory law for more than thirty years, which is a great mixture of trial advocacy, engineering, environmental, economics, finance, and public policy.
What adversity have you faced because of your diverse characteristic and how did you overcome it?
None. I received academic scholarships that enabled me to become part of the legal community, which is a great privilege and which I love. I enjoy encouraging people in their education and careers and seeing people succeed and be happy.
Why is diversity important to the practice of law in Palm Beach County?
Diversity makes our legal community better representative of and able to serve our local and global community with greater fairness and opportunity for all. Diversity also makes life more interesting and fun, too!