Bryce received his Bachelor’s of Arts, with a focus in Political Science, from Mississippi State University in 2004.

Bryce then attended Mississippi College School of Law, formerly Jackson School of Law and the Alma Mater of his late Grandfather Joe Ray Langston, where he received his Doctor of Jurisprudence in 2008.

After receiving his Juris Doctor, Bryce passed the Mississippi and Tennessee Bars consecutively in 2008. He has since been admitted to practice in the State and Federal courts of Mississippi as well as the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals and the State of Tennessee.

Bryce is currently an active member of the Mississippi and American Bar Associations and the Mississippi Association for Justice (MAJ). He has also served as the Vice-President and President of the Prentiss County Bar Association.

Bryce was named to the Top Young Attorneys in the Mid-South Rising Stars for 2011 & 2013-2016 by Memphis Magazine and Mid-South Super Lawyers Magazine. Super Lawyers selects attorneys using a rigorous, multi-phase rating process. Peer nominations and evaluations are combined with third party research. Each candidate is evaluated on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement.

Lawyers are asked to nominate the best attorneys who are 40 or under, or who have been practicing for 10 years or less. They are instructed to nominate lawyers they have personally observed in action — whether as opposing counsel or co-counsel, or through other firsthand courtroom observation. Fewer than 2.5% of all attorneys in the state are named to the Super Lawyers list.

Bryce was made a member of The National Trial Lawyers: Top 40 Under 40 for 2012-2016 becoming one of only 40 trial lawyers in the state of Mississippi to be chosen for the honor and the only one in the field of Criminal Defense.

Membership is extended solely to the select few of the most qualified attorneys from each state who demonstrate superior qualifications of leadership, reputation, influence, stature and public profile measured by objective and uniformly applied standards in compliance with state bar and national Rule 4-7. Invitees must exemplify superior qualifications, trial results, and leadership as a young lawyer under the age of 40. Selection is based on a thorough multi-phase objective process which includes peer nominations combined with third-party research.

Bryce is now actively involved in civil litigation including personal injury and medical malpractice work. He also focuses on felony criminal defense and family law.