Bryce graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government from Cornell University and Juris Doctor degree from Villanova University. During his time at Villanova, Bryce served as the school’s liaison to the Philadelphia Bar Association. Bryce also distinguished himself as leader of the Student Bar and as Vice President of the Francophone Professional Law Society. Bryce was recipient of the Deirdre L. Bailey Scholarship and named a Martin Luther King fellow by the Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network.
While in in law school Bryce clerked for an immigration law firm in Philadelphia where he assisted clients in navigating the immigration process and worked as a judicial extern with the United States Immigration Court in Philadelphia. Having had the opportunity to analyze immigration issues from multiple perspectives, Bryce has gained a deep understanding of the interplay between U.S. immigration law, foreign law and the significant collateral impact of criminal convictions on a foreign national's immigration status.
Prior to joining the firm, Bryce worked for a boutique immigration law firm in Richmond with a concentrated practice in employment-based visa petitions and applications and gained valuable experience working with EB-1 and national interest waiver (NIW) petitions for researchers and scientists, in addition to fine-tuning strategies for gaining permanent residency. He also advised businesses and professionals on unique immigration issues related to cultural, diplomatic, athletic and other special visas.
Bryce has worked directly with the office of the Attorney General of Virginia to address immigration policies and concerns, and has also given immigration seminars throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia. Bryce is committed to service, outreach and pro bono legal work, specifically as it relates to domestic violence, VAWA and human trafficking. He is a member of the Board of Directors for the Chesterfield Innovative Academy for Girls, is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and has served on the Greater Richmond Chamber’s YRichmond Committee. He is licensed to practice law in Virginia. Bryce is multilingual and speaks English, Spanish, French, German and Swedish. His exceptional communication skills allow him to explain complex legal issues to his clients in a concise and accessible manner.
Areas of Practice:
50% Immigration & Naturalization
50% Criminal Defense
Cornell University, B.A., 2010
Villanova University School of Law, J.D., 2013
Fully multilingual (Spanish, French and English written and spoken; proficient in German and Swedish)