Brian graduated from the University of Tennessee with a Master...
Brian graduated from the University of Tennessee with a Master...Family law matters can be frustrating and take an emotional toll on anyone and everyone involved. That's why you need an attorney who is going to be there for you from the start of your case until your representation concludes. As an Associate Attorney in our Clayton, Missouri Office, Brian Langley provides professional representation to his clients and will always be there for them every step of the way.
Brian graduated from the University of Tennessee with a Master's degree in Sociology (concentration in Criminology) and went on to receive his Juris Doctor and L.L.M. in Negotation and Dispute Resolution from Washington University School of Law in St. Louis, Missouri. Prior to working at Stange Law Firm, Brian worked as a contract attorney for SSM Health and even worked at the Department of Homeland Security. Brian also was previously a clerk at the Attorney Registration and Discipline Committee in Illinois.
In his free time, Brian enjoys spending time with family, walking his dog Izzy, going to the gym, watching SEC football (especially his Tennessee Volunteers) and watching his favorite shows: Game of Thrones, Vikings, West World and Walking Dead.
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