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Bryan D. Griffin

Bryan Griffin is a lawyer, writer, and specialist in American foreign policy in the Middle East. Born in Florida, Bryan received a Masters of International Affairs with a specialty in the Middle East from Columbia University in New York City. He holds a Juris Doctorate, Masters of Management, and Bachelors in Classical History and Political Science from the University of Florida. On November 15th, 2013 Bryan was sworn in as an attorney by United States Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas at the Supreme Court. 
Bryan is also a Christian speaker who has encouraged others in faith around the world while on mission work and through guided tours in Israel.
At Columbia, Bryan was named the Editor in Chief of the Journal of International Affairs. In 2015, Bryan co-led a team of political consultants to Columbia to consult the Cambodian Senate on best practices in increasing and expanding national participatory government. As a lawyer, Bryan has experience in both civil and criminal work. As a policy expert, Bryan is the author of “The Encyclopedia of Militant Islam,” published in 2015. 
Currently, he serves as the national field director for the Maccabee Task Force Foundation, a non-profit based in Las Vegas, Nevada organized to lead American support for one of its most important allies, the nation of Israel. Bryan is also part of the founding team of the Emergency Committee for America, an issues-based advocacy group that seeks to push back against the most excessive and egregious narratives of the day.
Bryan is focused on bringing conversation about the size and scope of government to the forefront of American political dialogue, especially among the millennial and younger generations. To this end, Bryan regularly writes and contributes op-eds and thought pieces to a variety of print and radio media that can be found here: www.bryandgriffin.com.

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