Bryn focuses her practice on navigating her clients through the steps, legal and otherwise, toward finding stability and safety after the end of a relationship. Bryn began her career as a domestic violence advocate at the Advocacy Center in Ithaca, where she assisted her clients in obtaining pro se orders of protection and emergency custody of their children as well as providing emotional support and shelter services when necessary. Her passion for advocating for victims of domestic violence spurred her to go to law school. For the first eight years of her legal career, she represented clients at the Frank H. Hiscock Legal Aid Society in family and matrimonial matters. Since starting her private practice in 2017, she has represented women and men in many different courts in Central New York and handles both litigated and collaborative divorce and family law matters.
Bryn is a graduate of Cornell Law School, and earned her A.B. degree at Harvard University. She is admitted to practice in New York State. Bryn is the President of the Central New York Women’s Bar Association and serves on the Long Range Planning Committee of the Volunteer Lawyers Project of Onondaga County. She also serves as a member of the Greater Strathmore Neighborhood Association and Syracuse Latin School PTO. She resides with her family in the City of Syracuse.