RECOGNITIONS AND EDUCATION
- Texas, Washington, D.C.
Professional Associations and Memberships:
- State Bar of Texas, Certified Public Accountant (CPA) – Texas; WealthCounsel (2018)
- San Antonio Estate Planners Counsel (2017)
- San Antonio Bar Association (2016)
- Business Networking International (2017)
- J.D. South Texas College of Law Houston, 2000
- LL.M. Taxation Georgetown University Law Center, 2001
- Certificate in Employee Benefits Law Georgetown University Law Center, 2001
Jeffrey Bryson found the perfect field of expertise that marries his love of numbers and rules: tax law. Dedicated to education, Jeffrey earned his Master of Laws Degree in Taxation and Certificate in Employee Benefits Law at Georgetown University Law Center and his Law Degree at South Texas College of Law Houston in consecutive years, and even passed the CPA and Bar exams on his first attempt. Today he continues his professional development with memberships in the State Bar of Texas, Washington, D.C. Bar Association, and the San Antonio Estate Planners Council.
Jeffrey joined ROSENBLATT LAW FIRM in 2019 as an associate attorney for the Transactional side of the firm. Jeffrey brings to the firm over 15 years of experience in ERISA, Executive Compensation, Estate Planning, and Tax Law. Of paramount importance is delivering quality legal services to clients and surpassing their expectations.
Though his areas of expertise may seem dry, Jeffrey has a dynamic personality and is considered a faith and family-oriented man who doesn’t take himself too seriously. His personal motto is “Don’t sweat the small stuff.” He loves a good laugh, time spent at the barbecue grill, and coaching a local youth soccer league. His interests are varied, including Bible Study Fellowship, saltwater fishing; he loves photography, even offering professional services for family holiday portraits.
Jeffrey looks to his grandfather, Rear Admiral William C. Bryson, as an inspiration. Jeffrey states that Rear Admiral Bryson was a “genius and a gentleman,” a lifetime Naval officer, and Commander of the USS Iowa in 1954 and 1955. He models his grandfather’s dedication, drive, leadership in helping others advance and compassion for people in his own career, and has developed his own unique blend of clear communication, love of people, and genuine desire to help families ready to ensure their children are well cared for in the event of an unexpected tragedy.