Bryan Campbell
Associate Attorney

Bryan Campbell

Bryan Campbell was born at Barksdale Air Force Base in Bossier City, Louisiana and raised in Tyler, Texas, where he graduated from what was then known as Robert E. Lee High School.  In May of 1998, he graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Political Science and a History minor.

As a young child, Bryan was hooked on The People’s Court and knew that he eventually wanted to become an attorney.  So, after graduating from college, he immediately began law school at The University of Houston Law Center, graduating in May of 2001.

After graduating, Bryan practiced in Houston for several years, focusing primarily on commercial litigation.  In 2005, after the birth of his first daughter, Bryan and his family decided to move back to Tyler, where he joined a local firm specializing in estate planning, probate, and guardianships of incapacitated minors and adults.  

In 2013, Bryan shifted away from private practice and became a Trust Advisor for Regions Bank Private Wealth Management, where he was able to use his legal expertise to advise trust grantors, beneficiaries, and trustees on numerous legal and investment related matters.  Then, in 2019, he transitioned to Southside Bank Wealth Management & Trust, where he served as Executive Vice President, Senior Wealth Advisor, and Director of Wealth Management & Trust.

In early 2022, Bryan decided to focus on his true passion – helping individuals and families preserve and pass down their legacy from one generation to the next – by reentering the practice of law and joining Davidson Law Group, specializing in estate planning, probate, and guardianship matters.

Community service is extremely important to Bryan, as its importance was instilled in him at a very young age by his grandmother.  He has served, or currently serves, on the boards of numerous non-profit agencies, including The King’s Storehouse Food Bank, Junior Achievement, Susan G. Komen Tyler Affiliate, Tyler Soccer Association, and Christian Women’s Job Corps.  He has also served on the Smith County Young Lawyers Board of Directors, as well as the Smith County Bar Foundation.  Bryan is also a proud member of Leadership Tyler Class 31.

Bryan has two daughters he is extremely proud of.  Addyson is graduating as Valedictorian from Grace Community and has been accepted to Texas A&M University to study honors chemical engineering.  Gracyn also attends Grace Community High School and is an accomplished musician and artist, having completed several murals throughout the City of Tyler.

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