Raymond Bryant

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, political activist, and teacher in various cities across the country. Raymond’s graduate work in the philosophy of education, legitimacy of government action, and civil and constitutional rights has helped hone his desire for justice while recognizing that other people may need further convincing through lawsuits. 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 fight the violation of their rights — against those in power who abuse the public trust.



  • Civil Rights
  • Police Misconduct
  • Employment Discrimination
  • Litigation Percentage: 100%



  • Heymann and Whitcomb (2013-2014)
    Associate Attorney – Civil Rights
  • Lonn Heymann Law Firm, P.C. (2010-2013)
    Associate Attorney – Civil Rights
  • Robbins and Curtin, PLLC, Phoenix, AZ (2009)
    Law Clerk – Personal Injury and Civil Rights
  • Gerhardstein and Branch, LPA, Cincinnati, OH (2008)
    Law Clerk – Civil Rights and Police Misconduct
  • AZ Attorney General, Civil Rights Division (2008)
    Law Clerk – Employment and Civil Rights



  • United States Supreme Court, 2015
  • 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, 2012
  • U.S. District Court District of Colorado, 2010
  • Colorado, 2010



  • Lawyers Civil Rights Coalition – Board of Directors
  • Colorado Bar Association – Litigation Section; Civil Rights Committee
  • National Lawyers Guild – National Police Accountability Project
  • Colorado Trial Lawyers Association (CTLA) – Civil Rights Committee
  • Faculty of Federal Advocates (FFA)
  • Plaintiff’s Employment Lawyers Association (PELA)



  • America’s Top 50 Lawyers – Civil Rights – Colorado – 2023
  • Top 10 Civil Rights Lawyer
  • Top 100 Trial Lawyers
  • Top Employment Lawyers of Denver
  • Superlawyers, Colorado Super Lawyers, 2021, 2022
  • Superlawyers Rising Star, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020
  • National High Stakes Litigators, 2019 Top 100 High Stakes Litigators
  • National Trial Lawyers, 2018 Top 40 Under 40



  • Breaking Barriers to the Ballot: AZ Felony Enfranchisement Voting Rights Report – ACLU Arizona – Published 10/08



  • American University, Washington College of Law – L.L.M. in Civil and Constitutional Rights
  • University of Arizona, James E. Rogers School of Law – Juris Doctor
  • University of Cambridge – M.Phil in Political and Educational Philosophy
  • University of North Texas – B.A. in Sociology


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