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Bryan Driscoll, J.D.

Freelance writer

Bryan worked in multinational, medium-sized, and solo law firms for nearly two decades, focusing on estate planning, probate, family law, and general business law. Near the end of his legal career, he found a passion and a calling in helping law firms create better content. Since 2012, he has been providing top quality content to law firms and legal publications. Bryan has a Bachelor's in Political Science and Communication from Loyola University Chicago and a J.D. from Barry University.

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