Bryan Saxton



  • University of Maryland School of Law, J.D.
  • Miami University, Ohio, M.S.
  • Georgia Southern University, B.B.A., cum laude

Bar & Court Admissions

  • Maryland, 2009
  • District of Columbia, 2010

Bryan founded Saxton Law to be a more accessible and responsive legal resource for our clients. Bryan’s practice primarily involves commercial real estate acquisitions; dispositions; retail, office and industrial leasing; and business transactions. Bryan has experience representing clients ranging from large international organizations to real estate investment trusts to small businesses and individuals in real estate and other business and transactional matters.

Having worked in large and small law firms, Bryan provides his clients with an excellent level of service from a cost-efficient perspective.

Bryan is also active with local bar associations, including the Maryland State Bar Association, as a member of its Real Property, Planning & Zoning Section Council and previously of the Young Lawyers Section Council where he served as co-chair of the Maryland Wills for Heroes program and co-chair of the Publications Committee. Bryan is also engaged in the Baltimore community with the United Way of Central Maryland, including as a member of the Baltimore County Partnership Board and the Leaders United Executive Council, and was previously a member of the Emerging Leaders United Executive Council where he served as Chair of the Professional Development Committee, an Emerging Leaders United Ambassador, and the Emerging Leaders United Baltimore County Ambassador Circle where he served as Chair. Bryan is also a previous member of The Family Tree’s Next Generation Network Committee.

Bryan earned his J.D. from the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, where he was the inaugural Osborne Leadership Scholar and recipient of the William P. Cunningham Award. He served as the editor in chief of the Journal of Business and Technology Law and was a member of the Moot Court Board. As an alumnus, Bryan remains active with Maryland Carey Law and served as a member of the school’s alumni board, including as President and chair of several committees. Bryan earned his B.B.A. from Georgia Southern University and his M.S. from Miami University.

Bryan is admitted to practice law in the State of Maryland and the District of Columbia.