Bryan Huffman believes everyone is entitled to live their life as they see fit without impeding on the rights of others. He is a trial lawyer who protects his clients interests by seeking solutions that make sense. If you are interested in resolving your situation, and are not looking to fight for the sake of fighting, he is your lawyer. Mr. Huffman obtained his Bachelor of Science in Physics from the United States Air Force Academy. He attended the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, where he worked as Assistant Research Editor for the UALR Law Review from 2003-2004. Mr. Huffman then went on to receive his law degree with honors from William H. Bowen School of Law.
Once he obtained his degree in law, Bryan Huffman was admitted to the following districts:
- Arkansas, 2004
- United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces, 2004
- Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals, 2004
- Arizona, 2010
- United States District Court, Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas, 2010
- United States Bankruptcy Court, Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas, 2010
- United States District Court, Eastern District of Texas, 2011
- United States District Court, Western District of Tennessee, 2011
- Tennessee, 2011
- United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, 2011
- United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, 2014
As a former member of the USAF JAG Corps, where he acted as both a prosecutor in the Military Courts-Martial and the Chief of Military Justice, Mr. Huffman acquired the training that makes him the ideal candidate to protect your civil liberties and freedoms. He gained significant experience by prosecuting crimes in courts-martial and handling a number of administrative and personnel cases, which formed his current focus on civil rights issues. Mr. Huffman was promoted to the rank of Major and became the Deputy Chief of Operations Law for Air Force Operations in Central and South America. He handled tough negotiations, treaties and aided the commanding generals in implementing international agreements, which prepared him for the aggressive negotiations that he now employs as an attorney for Huffman Law Firm, PLLC.
Mr. Huffman belongs to the National Association of Criminal Defense LawyersMemphis Bar Association, Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Arkansas Bar Association, Tipton County Bar Association, and the Saline County Bar Association
He has special training from:
- Law of Military Operations, Naval Justice School, Newport, RI, 2006
- U.S. Air Force Federal Legislation Update, 2006
- Military Justice Administration Course, 2005U.S. Air Force Western Circuit Trial Advocacy Course, 2005
- U.S. Air Force Judge Advocate Staff Officer's Course, 2004
- Federal Victim/Witness Assistance Program Training, 2004
- Zealous Advocacy in Sexual Assault and Child Victim Cases, 2014
Bryan Huffman has spent years honing his lawyering skills to perfection. He is learned in the following practice areas:
- Civil Rights Litigation
- Criminal Defense
- General Litigation
- Commercial Law
- Domestic Relations
- Divorce and Custody
Huffman Mason, PLLC is committed to defending your rights and best interests by providing professional, courteous and realistic legal counsel. Attorneys Bryan Huffman and Jere Mason believe, without compromise, that your rights matter.
Have your constitutional rights been called into question or violated in any way? Do you need an attorney in the Memphis Tennessee metropolitan and Covington Tennessee areas? Are you looking for an attorney who will aggressively pursue a resolution that is in your best interest? If so, Huffman Mason, PLLC can help. To set up your Initial Consultation today, call our our Covington, TN Office at (901) 726-3854 or for more options, please go to the "Contact Us" page.