BRYANT CLARK IS A TRIAL ATTORNEY with over a decade of experience in different types of civil litigation. He has litigated cases in both federal and state court and has a very successful track record in obtaining favorable outcomes for his clients.
A native of Holmes County, Mississippi, Bryant is a graduate of Mississippi Valley State University and received his law degree from Mississippi College School of Law in Jackson, Mississippi. Before entering the practice of law, Bryant was a Forensic Scientist at the Mississippi Crime Laboratory. While at the State Crime Lab he achieved the status of an Expert in the field of Forensic Drug Chemistry.
Upon graduation from law school, Bryant worked for the Law Office of Robert G. Clark, III and later became a partner in the law firm of Clark & Clark, PLLC, a general practice law firm with a focus on personal injury, real estate, family law, and county & municipal law. In 2014 Bryant was elected to the Board of Commissioner for the Mississippi Bar Association.
Bryant has broad experience in personal injury, real estate, family law and civil litigation. He has represented clients in automobile and car accidents, premises liability, medical malpractice, carbon monoxide poisoning, slip-and-falls, products liability, injuries caused by defective equipment and other personal injuries or accidents that resulted in serious injury or death.
In 2003, Bryant was elected to the Mississippi House of Representatives to represent House District 47 which includes parts of Attala, Holmes and Yazoo counties. As a member of the Mississippi House of Representatives he has served in various capacities as a member of the Judiciary, Juvenile Justice, Conservation, Public Health, Education, Rules, Transportation, and Wildlife, Fisheries & Parks Committees. Bryant has served as vice chair of both the Rules and Conservation committees. He also serves as Deputy Leader of the House Democrat Caucus and was a member of the Executive Committee of the Mississippi Democrat Party.
Bryant has earned a reputation of zealously representing his clients and constituents in the both the State House and the Courthouse.