Mark L. Bryce


Mark L. Bryce, ESQ.

Mark L. Bryce is a long time resident of Marietta, Georgia where he graduated from Wheeler High School. After graduating with a Bachelors of Science from Kennesaw State University, Mark attended Georgia State University where he earned his Juris Doctor in 2014.

Mark is currently also a part-time professor of African American Studies at Kennesaw State University. His research interests include Comparative and International Family Law, and was a presenter on International Family Law at the Walter Rodney Foundation Symposium in 2014.

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History & Expertise

  • Education

    J.D., Georgia State University College of Law
    B.A. Kennesaw State University

  • Bar Admissions

    Supreme Court of the United States
    United States Federal Court, Northern District of Georgia
    Supreme Court of Georgia
    Georgia Court of Appeals
    State Bar of Georgia

  • Leadership

    President, Cobb County Family Law Section 2016-2017
    Member, Cobb County Bar Board of Trustees, 2016-2017
    Director, State Bar of Georgia YLD 2013-2017
    Member, Executive Committee of the State Bar of Georgia, Family Law Section, 2011-2014
    Chair, Technology and Social Media Committee, Family Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia, 2012-2014
    Chair, Family Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia YLD, 2011-2013

  • Selected Honors

    Speaker, 2018 Family Law Institute- “Narcissism and Divorce”
    Speaker, 2016 Family Law Institute- “Recent Changes in Social Security Law and the Impact on Divorce Negotiations”
    Speaker, 2015 Family Law Institute “Graduation and Graduation: Examination of Self-Executing Child Support Provisions”
    Speaker, 2014 Family Law Case Law Update, November 2014
    Speaker, Recent Developments in Technology for Family Law Practitioners, November 2012
    Speaker for LiveCLE Seminar – Family & Matrimonial Law in the 21st Century: Practicing with Humanity
    Panelist for Atlanta Bar Association’s Valentine’s Day CLE: Ethics Issues in Family Law
    Live CLE Seminar Family & Matrimonial Law in the 21st Century: Practicing with Humanity March 28, 2013
    Speaker at the 2012 Joint Legal / Forensic Accounting Divorce Seminar
    Guest lecturer at John Marshall Law School
    Guest lecturer at Georgia State University School of Law
    Guardian Ad Litem, Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation

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