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Raymond K. Bryant

Raymond K. Bryant

About me

Raymond Bryant is a trial lawyer and litigator emphasizing Plaintiffs’ civil rights and police misconduct actions. Before coming to Denver, Raymond was a political campaign consultant and civil libertarian political activist in cities across the country. Raymond’s graduate work at the University of Cambridge, University of Arizona Law, and American University Law has helped temper his belief that when one of us is abused by injustice, all of us suffer from that injustice. Thus, Raymond’s legal practice reflects his belief that the law should be used as a sword, not just a shield, for everyday people to enforce their Constitutional and legal rights against those in power who abuse the public trust.


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Practice areas


  1. Civil Rights: 100%
    4 years, 20 cases



Hourly ($300/hour), contingent (33-39%)

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  • Christian K. Lassen II

    Top-notch attorney. Highly respected in the legal community.


    Christian Lassen Personal Injury Attorney
    Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

  • Joseph A. Whitcomb

    Raymond and I worked together on a civil rights case against a local municipality in which the plaintiff was seriously injured. Raymond demonstrated an extraordinary knowledge of the law and was more than prepared for every stage of trial. Raymond typically handles all of his own pre-trial motions and leaves his clients in the strongest position to win possible. I would strongly recommend Raymond to anyone who has experience a violation of his or her civil liberties or Constitutional rights.


    Joseph Whitcomb Social Security Attorney
    Relationship: Worked together on matter

Contact info

Civil Rights Litigation Group, PLLC

1391 Speer Blvd Ste 705
Denver, CO, 80204-2555


We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Rising StarSuperLawyers2016
Dean's FellowAmerican University, College of Law2010
National Trial Competition Regional Semi-FinalistNational College of Trial Lawyers2009
Excellence in Oral Advocacy AwardUniversity of Arizona2008
Champion, Texas State Moot Court CompetitionTexas Undergraduate Moot Court Association2002
Annual Top OratorTexas Undergraduate Moot Court Association2002
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
Attorney at LawCivil Rights Litigation Group, PLLC2014 - Present
Associate AttorneyWhitcomb Law, P.C.2013 - 2014
Associate AttorneyLonn Heymann Law Firm, P.C.2010 - 2013
Law ClerkRobbins & Curtin, PLLC2009 - 2009
Law ClerkGerhardstein and Branch2008 - 2008
Law ClerkArizona Attorney General's Office, Civil Rights Division2008 - 2008
Finance DirectorBadnarik for Congress2004 - 2004
Campaign ConsultantCunningham, Harris and Associates2003 - 2004
Political Issue ResearcherBritish House of Commons - Scottish National Party2003 - 2003
Association namePosition nameDuration
CBA - Civil Rights Legislative CommitteeMember2015 - Present
American Bar AssociationMember2012 - Present
Plainitff Employment Lawyers AssocationMember2011 - Present
Colorado Bar AssociationMember2010 - Present
National Police Accountability ProjectMember2009 - Present
Morris K. Udall American Inn of CourtMember2008 - 2009
University of Arizona Trial TeamFounder2007 - 2009
Oral Advocacy Organization (OAO)President2007 - 2009
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Olive v. Schnurr, Douglas County District Court Case 12CV1892$180,000 Jury Verdict
Scarlet Ranch v. Steele, et al.Settled for an undisclosed amount
Lunn v. Sellers, et al.Settled for an undisclosed amount
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Publication nameTitleDate
Huerfano County World JournalCounty Settles Lawsuit for $200k2015
Law Week ColoradoDefamation Verdict Vindicates DPD Officer2014
American Civil Liberties Union publicationBreaking Barriers to the Ballot: Arizona Felony Enfranchisement Voting Rights Project Report2008
University of Cambridge / Institute for Humane StudiesAutonomy as a Vision of Good: A Philosophical Challenge to the Legitimacy of State Sponsored Education2003
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Arizona College of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor2009
University of CambridgePolitical & Educational PhilosophyN/A2003
University of North TexasSociologyBA - Bachelor of Arts2002
Brookhaven Community CollegePolitical Science & EconomicsN/A2000
American University, Washington College of LawCivl & Constitutional RightsN/AN/A
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
American Collegiate Moot Court AssociationMoot Court Judge2015
Southwest Regional National Trial CompetitionTrial Competition Judge2013