Mrs. Bryan attained her LLB Degree with Upper Second Class Honours from the University of the West Indies and received her practical training from the Hugh Wooding Law School. She is admitted to practice as an Attorney-at-Law in Barbados, St. Lucia and Jamaica. Between 1997 - 2000, she served as a Board Member of the Barbados Water Authority, a Statutory Corporation responsible for the management, allocation and monitoring of the water resources of the Island of Barbados, where she chaired the Public Relations Committee and was a member of both the Tenders and Establishment Committees.
Mrs. Bryan served as the Deputy Chairman of the Advisory Committee on Intellectual Property, a Committee constituted to advise the Minister of Industry and International Business on the policy and legislative framework for the proper and systematic development of Intellectual Property in Barbados.
Mrs. Bryan is also a member of the International Trade Mark Association and has been a member of the Barbados delegation to meetings of the Standing Committee on the Law of Patents, of the World Intellectual Property Organisation. She has attended numerous Intellectual Property conferences in the United States of America and Europe. She has also made presentations in major cities in the United Kingdom on real estate investment in Barbados.
Mrs. Bryan is also a qualified Arbitrator Mediator. She has served as a tutor of Property Law and Equitable Remedies in the Law Faculty of the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus and more recently she was a lecturer at the Norman Manley Law School.
Mrs. Bryan has been a partner of the firm since January 2000.