Erik Bryant is an associate with the firm who focuses in a wide range of civil litigation matters from corporate defense work to advising the City of Evansville on issues involving Municipal Law.
Erik, an Evansville native, graduated from Wabash College in 2014 with a major in Spanish and a minor in Rhetoric. He also played baseball at Wabash and studied abroad in Valencia, Spain, where he gained valuable speaking skills in the Spanish language. Erik received his law degree from Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law. During his time in law school, Erik served as a clerk in the chambers of the Honorable Judge Melissa S. May and assisted in the drafting of appellate opinions. Erik also worked as a clerk for the Office of the Indiana Attorney General (“OIAG”) in the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit.
After successfully passing the Indiana Bar Exam, Erik served as a Deputy Attorney General handling cases from nearly every section of the OIAG, which included Consumer Protection Litigation, Medical Licensing Enforcement Litigation, Criminal and Civil Appeals, Asset Recovery and Bankruptcy Litigation, Administrative and Regulatory Enforcement Litigation, and Correctional Litigation.
In his free time, Erik enjoys spending time with his family, attending local athletic events, and being involved in the community.