Bryan R. Woll is part of a team of lawyers that advises businesses and individual clients in commercial and securities litigation, government and self-regulatory organization investigations, complex civil litigation, and regulatory enforcement actions. Bryan maintains an active pro bono practice focused on housing, public education funding, and public benefits for families experiencing homelessness.
While in law school, Bryan served as an intern for Commissioner Terrell McSweeny of the Federal Trade Commission. He also worked on federal and state housing regulation at the Legal Aid Society’s Law Reform Unit and was part of a team litigating class actions at the New York Legal Assistance Group’s Special Litigation Unit.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Bryan worked as an analyst on legislative and regulatory issues at the New York City Mayor’s Office of Management and Budget. He also spent several years managing an eviction prevention program at the Brownsville Partnership, a non-profit organization in Brooklyn.
New York University School of Law, 2019, J.D.
Georgetown University, 2012, B.A., Economics, magna cum laude
Awards and Affiliations
Fellowship, Arthur Garfield Hays Civil Liberties Program, Sylvia A. Law Fellowship in Economic Justice, New York University School of Law (2018-2019)
Fellowship, Emerging Leaders in Public Service, New York University Wagner School of Public Service (2016)