Bryan Bullock, Esq.
Board of Directors, Member
Subject Matter Expert: U.S. employment law and civil rights litigation
Attorney Bryan Bullock* began his law career in the not-for-profit sector working for Indiana Legal Services in 2001. He represented low-income clients in eviction actions, dissolutions, custody battles, unemployment compensation hearings, social security hearings and other civil proceedings. In 2004, attorney Bullock entered private practice and continues as a solo practitioner providing representation in the following areas: employment discrimination, Worker’s Compensation, Bankruptcy, misdemeanors, personal injury, guardianships, social security hearings, and other civil and criminal matters.
In 2006, Bullock became Habeas Counsel in the Guantanamo Bay detainee litigation. He represented several clients who were being wrongfully detained. Bullock was just one of just a few African-American lawyers to represent a prisoner being held in the infamous Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, detention center.
Bullock was recipient of the Frederick Douglass Human Rights Award presented by the Southern Center for Human Rights, 2007. That year he was also honored as Alumni of the Year, Valparaiso University School of Law. He has taught at Indiana University Northwest – Race and Law. Ivy Tech State College – Business Law, Human Resource Management, Introduction to Paralegal Studies and Legal Research and Writing and Calumet College of St. Josephs- Law for Management. Bullock is a popular public speaker.
*Admitted to practice in Indiana (federal and state court), the Northern District of Illinois (federal), the District of Columbia (federal), and the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.