Bryant T. Cannon


MarylandSouth Carolina


Maryland - Annapolis

One Park Place Suite 425

Annapolis, MD 21401

Practice Areas

Alternative Dispute Resolution



Premises Liability

Professional Liability


Bryant is an associate in the firm’s Annapolis office, where he focuses his practice on civil litigation. He has represented clients in labor and employment litigation, general liability litigation, commercial and residential property defense, higher education disputes, and professional liability litigation.

Prior to joining the firm, Bryant’s practice focused on employment law, representing clients in a range of employment and civil matters, including retaliation, race/gender/age discrimination, wage payment and collection cases, and education law disputes. His practice allowed him to represent both plaintiffs and defendants before multiple government agencies and trial courts in both South Carolina and Maryland. 

Bryant is a native of Columbia, South Carolina. While attending law school, Bryant was named a Presidential Scholar, served as the Editor-In-Chief of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Law Review Journal, and was a Student Ambassador.

Court Admissions

  • Maryland
  • South Carolina
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland
  • U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina

Publications & Presentations

  • “Confidentiality in Victim Offender Mediation: How Confidential is Confidential?”, Heinonline:7 Resolved: J. Alternative Disp. Resol. [i], 2 (2018).
  • Thomson Reuters: “Attorney-Client Privilege in the United States”, 2019-2020 ed., 2021-2022 ed. (Research Assistant).


  • Charleston School of Law, J.D. cum laude, 2019
  • Winthrop University, B.A., 2016
  • Law Clerk to The Honorable Circuit Court Judge Daniel D. Hall in York, South Carolina

Professional & Community Affiliations

  • South Carolina State Bar Association
  • James L. Petigru American Inn of Court, a law institute established in 1985 and chartered at the Charleston School of Law in 2009.
  • The Forensic Club, a law institute established in 1825 and chartered at the Charleston School of Law in 2003.