Attorney Bryn A. D. Kiezulas
Attorney Bryn A. D. Kiezulas joined the Law Office of Cheryl Garrity in 2020. Attorney Kiezulas was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar in 2019 and enjoys active membership in the Massachusetts Women’s Bar Association, and in a Middlesex County Mentor Circle for female attorneys. As an associate of our firm, Attorney Kiezulas prides herself on advocating for clients with finesse and creativity. She operates with extreme attention to detail and easily builds productive relationships with clients and opposing counsel alike. Her overarching goal in representing clients is to efficiently reach their desired result using refined negotiation skills and a strong command of the applicable rules, statutes, and case law.
Attorney Kiezulas earned her undergraduate degree at the University of Sothern Maine (USM), where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology with a concentration in Criminology. During her time at USM, Attorney Kiezulas served as the President of the Student Sociology Association, organized quarterly on-campus Red Cross Blood Drives, served as a Co-Founder of Maine’s first collegiate recovery program (the Recovery Oriented Campus Center), and was the recipient of the Outstanding Contribution to Community Service Award, which is presented annually to a USM student for their demonstrated leadership in creating a culture of service at the University.
Attorney Kiezulas graduated from the University of Maine School of Law in May 2018. During law school, Attorney Kiezulas worked as a sworn-in Student Attorney at the Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic in Portland, Maine, licensed to practice by the Maine Supreme Judicial Court. At the Clinic, Attorney Kiezulas represented clients in family, criminal, and immigration law matters and appeared on behalf of clients in various District Courts across Maine. As a fundraiser for the Clinic, Attorney Kiezulas helped organize and field a team of law students and Maine Law alumni for the Rock Lobster Relay, a 200-mile relay road race from Bar Harbor, Maine to Portland, Maine in the summers of 2016 and 2017.
During law school, Attorney Kiezulas served as the Chair of the Maine Law Policy Group, the Policy Liaison of the Juvenile Law Society, was an active member of the Women’s Law Association, and was awarded the Pro Bono Publico Award which is presented by the law school to students who conduct eighty or more hours of pro bono legal service during law school.
Attorney Kiezulas values civic engagement and is a trained volunteer with the Domestic Violence Services Network based in Bedford, Massachusetts. She has dedicated herself to serving as a director on boards for organizations including Frannie Peabody Center, Crossroads Treatment Center for Women, and Advocates for Children, and she is the current President of the Maine Recovery Coach Certification Board.