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BIOGRAPHY - BRYAN D. GATEWOOD

PERSONAL

Born October 13, 1971; Tampa, Florida. Hometown: Pendleton, Henry County, Kentucky.

EDUCATION

Louis Brandeis School of Law, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky; J.D., awarded May, 1997

College of Business and Public Administration, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky; MBA awarded May, 1997.

Bellarmine University, Louisville, Kentucky; B.A. in Business Administration and History, awarded May, 1994.

BAR ADMISSION

Admitted to Kentucky Bar, October, 1997

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Bryan has practiced law privately since November, 1997. As a sole practitioner, Bryan began private practice in association with David J. Thompson and Richard Remmers. Since October 1, 1999, Bryan has been associated with Walton B. Johnson as Johnson & Gatewood, P.S.C. Bryan has worked as a parent’s Guardian Ad Litem before the Jefferson Family Court, and is currently a children’s Guardian Ad Litem before the Jefferson Family Court, Division One.

PROFESSIONAL AND PERSONAL ACTIVITIES

Hobbies - Bicyclist, reading, home repair and redecoration, travel, furniture refinishing, arts and entertainment, especially the theater.

Victoria Place Condominiums, Inc.- Bryan served as President of the Condominium Association from 2001-2002, and previously has served as treasurer of this organization.

HIV/AIDS Legal Project of the Legal Aid Society- Has provided pro bono assistance with needed estate planning, 1998 - present.

Voices of Kentuckiana, Inc. - Choir member, 1996 - present, Chairperson of the Board of Directors, 1999- Present.

The Fairness Campaign - Assisted in legislation and memoranda relative to litigation between the City of Louisville and Jefferson County regarding the Jefferson County non-discrimination ordinance; successfully represented affected parties before the Kentucky Court of Appeals.