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Bryan Douglas Coleman

Bryan Douglas Coleman, American lawyer, educator, arbitrator, mediator. Bar: Texas 1973, United States District Court (eastern, northern, southern and western districts) Texas 1974, United States Tax Court 1987, United States Court Appeals (11th circuit) 1982, United States Court Appeals (5th circuit) 1975, United States Supreme Court 1992; certified fellow Life Management Institute.

Background

  • Coleman, Bryan Douglas was born on August 16, 1948 in Texarkana, Texas, United States. Son of William Bryan and Nona Armeda (Crawford) Coleman.

  • Education

    • AS, Texarkana College, 1968. Bachelor of Business Administration, Stephen F. Austin University, 1970. Postgraduate, Rice University, 1971—1973.

      Juris Doctor, South Texas College Law, 1973. Graduate, Judge Advocate General School, United States Army, 1978. Graduate, Attorney Mediators Institute, 1991.

      Graduate, American Arbitration Association Mediation School, 1991. Associate of Arts, White Dispute Resolution Center, 1992. Associate of Arts, SMU Meditation School, 1992.

      Associate of Arts, American Academy Attorney Mediators, 1993.

    Career

    • American Academy Attorney. Quality control inspector Lone Star Ammunition Plant, Texarkana, 1966—1968. Law clerk Fulbright & Jaworski, Houston, 1972—1973, Boswell, O'Toole, Davis & Pickering, Houston, 1971—1972, Helm, Pletcher & Hogan, Houston, 1972—1973.

      Associate Law Office Gus Zgourides, 1973—1976, Ray & Coleman, Professional Corporation, Houston, 1976—1997. General counsel Great Southwest Life Insurance Company, 1982—1990, United International Life Insurance Company, 1987—1990. President, director Conflict Analysis and Resolution, Inc., since 1997.

      Vice president, board directors Medical Assurance Group, Houston. Counsel Alliance Texas Life and Health Agents. Instructor University Houston, 1979—1981.

      Vice president United States of America Service Corporation. Regional head Neutral Resolute Systems, Inc., since 1997, Judicial Arbitration and Mediation Service Endispute, Inc., 1996—1997. Commander Army Reserve Officers Training Corps, 1972-1973, 1st lieutenant United States Army, 1973-1979.

    Major achievements

    • Bar: Texas 1973, United States District Court (eastern, northern, southern and western districts) Texas 1974, United States Tax Court 1987, United States Court Appeals (11th circuit) 1982, United States Court Appeals (5th circuit) 1975, United States Supreme Court 1992. Certified fellow Life Management Institute.

    Membership

    Fellow: Texas Bar Foundation, Association Attorney-Mediators, Houston Bar Foundation (life). Member: American Bar Association, Republican Presidential Task Force, Republican National Lawyers Association, Republican Lawyers Texas (president elect), Society Professionals Dispute Resolution, Houston Trial Lawyers Association, Texas Association Mediators, American Society Law and Medicine, American Legion, American Judicature Society, American Arbitration Association (panel of arbitrators 1991, meditation instructor 1992), State Bar Texas (founder law student division 1973, chairman grievance committee 1979-1981), Hearthstone Country Club, Delta Theta Phi, Alpha Phi Omega (pledge trainer 1970), Alpha Kappa Psi (secretary 1969-1970).

    Connections

    • Children: Douglas Patrick, Sarah Elizabeth.
    • father: William Bryan Coleman
    • mother: Nona Armeda (Crawford) Coleman
    • children: Douglas Patrick Coleman
    • Sarah Elizabeth Coleman
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    Born August 16, 1948
    (age 69)
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