Starting his professional life with the Institute for Local Government and Regional Development as a part of the Ohio Statewide County Redistricting Project, Bryan Michael Rosser spent nearly a decade of his early career in technological geography-related positions, before pursuing a law degree. Originally, he expected to focus on environmental law as an extension of his early geographic experience, but discovered a love for the full scope of legal practice. He brings his critical thinking skills and technological savvy to Jeanblanc & Rosser, LLP. As a father of two with deep familial roots in Ohio, he also brings a commitment to accessible, straight-forward legal services for families, small business operators, neighborhood-based institutions, and people facing life changes in their homes or community.
His legal work prior to becoming a partner in Jeanblanc & Rosser, LLP, included patent analyst work and managing regulatory affairs for a technology company, preparing regulatory filings for public utility commissions, Secretaries of State, and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), as well as tax filings for franchise and E911 Tax.
Bryan is a member of the C|M|LAW Alumni Association, Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, Ohio State Bar Association, former member of the Association of Environmental Law and Sustainability and International Law Student Association, and is a proud Eagle Scout who earned a Vigil Honor with the Order of the Arrow (OA).
Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio
Ohio University, Athens, Ohio
Bachelor of Science in Geography
Major: Environmental Geography
Specializations: Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Environmental Geography