Associate Brian Daniel Mounce*

Brian is an associate whose practice focuses on business and commercial litigation, business transactions, contract disputes, First Amendment issues, privacy and defamation concerns, employment and labor law, estate planning, and government administrative regulatory law.

Brian is a professor at Christian Brothers University where he teaches Constitutional Theory, American History, Middle Eastern History, and Political Philosophy.

Brian has published numerous articles pertaining to legal issues including Covid regulations, First Amendment issues, Constitutional and Energy law issues, as well as a myriad of other topics.

Brian was honored as one of the top 20 young leaders under 30 of Memphis in 2020 for his legal work, scholarship, and advocacy. He lives in La Grange, Tennessee, with his wife, Moran and their Basset Bully, Seymour.

  • Memphis Flyer's Top 20 Under 30
  • Honorable Blake West Scholar of Tulane University
  • Winner of the Energy and Constitutional law summit team debates, specifically arguing about state trading rights and limited federal intervention regarding energy policy
  • Senior Notes and Comment Editor, Tulane Law Journal
  • Presiding judge at the University of San Diego's mock trial competition
  • Inducted into Tulane's Pro Bono Krewe, honors for those in the class of 2021 with over 200 hours of pro bono legal work
  • Founding member of Tulane’s First Amendment Law Clinic
  • Liberty at a Crossroad. The Tennessean USA Today. April 2020
  • Nuclear Power Plant Decommissioning: Who pays the cataclysmic price? Environmental Law Journal, July 2021.
  • What makes the United States Great? Fayette Falcon, September, 2021.
  • Technology Solutions for Photo Captures of City Parcels for Blight Measurement. Commissioned by the city of Memphis, Innovate Memphis, 2017
  • Zionism and America: viewing Zionism through American Political Philosophy. The LSE Library, August 2017.
  • Tribes and Tribalism: Assad and the Alawites. Tel Aviv University, 2015.


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