Florence Bryan's practice involves assisting clients with complex civil antitrust litigation, government review of mergers and acquisitions, and filing obligations under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act. She has represented clients across a number of industries, including consumer products, pharmaceuticals, and publishing. Ms. Bryan has a strong commitment to public service and has worked on a variety of pro bono cases, advocating for prisoners’ rights, education equity, and voting rights, among other issues.

Ms. Bryan graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School, where she served as a lead article editor for the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review and represented adults and children from arrest to disposition in Boston municipal and juvenile courts as a student attorney in the Harvard Law School Criminal Justice Institute. During law school, Ms. Bryan also interned for the Committee for Public Counsel Services' Children and Family Law Trial Division and for the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia’s Civil Legal Services Division.


  • Bayer Animal Health and Elanco in federal litigation alleging claims of monopolization, tying, and exclusive dealing involving companion animal flea and tick products.
  • Snapfish and District Photo in connection with Apollo Global Management's acquisition of Snapfish and Shutterfly.
  • HarperCollins Publishers in antitrust litigation brought against various publishers and Amazon.
  • Major pharmaceutical company in litigation brought by putative classes of insurance benefits providers alleging price-fixing and monopolization of branded drug.
  • Generic pharmaceuticals manufacturer in defense of direct and indirect purchaser class actions and actions by state Attorneys General in a consolidated multi-district litigation, in which plaintiffs allege that the company conspired with several other generic drug manufacturers to increase prices.
  • A group of organizational and individual plaintiffs challenging restrictions on in-person and mail voting during COVID-19 pandemic. Dream Defenders v. DeSantis, 1:20-cv-236-RH-MJF (N.D. Fla. 2020).


  • JD, Harvard Law School, 2019, cum laude
  • BA, Political Science and Journalism, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2013, highest honors, highest distinction
  • District of Columbia
  • Co-Chair, Individual Rights Law and Appellate Practice Subcommittee, DC Bar Criminal Law and Individual Rights Community

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