Bryan F. Bertram
BRYAN F. BERTRAM has over a decade of experience advocating for private and public entities. Prior to joining Miyares and Harrington, Bryan was an Assistant Attorney General in the Government Bureau where he represented State agencies and officials in a wide range of matters, including defending policies and programs, and other government decision-making against legal challenges, as well as in affirmative litigation. He has won cases in the Supreme Judicial Court, Appeals Court, and other State and federal courts. Before government service, Bryan worked for seven years at an AmLaw 100 firm, where he focused on complex civil litigation, and government and internal investigations. He also served for six months as a Special Assistant District Attorney in Woburn, responsible for a heavy criminal caseload, including trials.
Bryan earned his law degree cum laude from Boston College Law School, where he served as Editorial Staff of the Boston College International and Comparative Law Review. His student note was published in the Spring 2006 edition of the Review. He competed on Boston College’s 2nd place J. Braxton Craven Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition team and was a quarterfinalist in the Boston College Grimes Moot Court Competition. Bryan graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the Ohio State University, Max M. Fisher School of Business, where he was a nationally-ranked member of the Ohio State Speech and Debate Team and a finalist in the National Forensic League National Tournament.