Wesley Mack Bryant
Wesley was born and raised in Columbia, TN. After graduating from Ole Miss in 1999, he attended the University Of Tennessee College Of Law where he served as the Student Materials Editor of the Tennessee Law Review.
After receiving his Doctorate of Jurisprudence from UT in 2002, Wesley returned to Columbia and began practicing law where he concentrates on Domestic Relations/Family Law, Criminal Law, Collections, and Landlord Tenant issues.
Wesley authored an article titled Solomon’s New Sword: Tennessee Parenting Plan, The Roles of Attorneys, and the Care Perspective which was included in the Tennessee Law Review’s 2002 Ethics Symposium edition.
Wesley has also participated in the cutting edge of the legal field, having argued before the Tennessee Supreme Court the case of Hodge v Craig which established, for the first time in Tennessee, a cause of action for Paternity Fraud.
Maury County is Wesley’s home and he has dedicated his life to promoting and serving it. Wesley has served as the Chamber Council Chair of the Maury County Chamber and Economic Alliance where he also served as a board member. Wesley is a graduate of Leadership Maury as well as Leadership Law, and is the current chairman of the City of Columbia’s Planning Commission. He is a member of Kiwanis of Columbia as well a board member for the Maury Regional Medical Center Foundation. Wesley coaches, referees, and when he can, plays in the local recreational soccer league.
An avid distance runner, Wesley enjoys traveling with his wife Katie and his daughters, Avery, Audrey, and Nora.