Eric Bryce Kessler joined Kessler Law Group in 2017. Bryce’s practice focuses largely on civil and complex commercial litigation.

In addition to being an integral part of the firm’s tax lien foreclosure practice, Bryce’s experience in litigation includes representing defendants and plaintiffs in personal injury and wrongful death matters arising out of auto accidents, product liability claims, dram shop liability, as well as intentional torts. Bryce has also defended cases involving property damage, easement rights and obligations, landlord-tenant disputes, defamation, tortious interference with business contracts, breach of contract and other business disputes, construction defects, employment, fraud, and misrepresentation.

Bryce has provided defense to individuals in criminal matters involving felonies and misdemeanors, as well as litigated child custody matters, wrongful recording claims, and quiet title actions. He has assisted individuals in conservatorship and guardianship matters involving minors and incapacitated adults. Bryce also has experience with claims against mortgage servicers, including navigating the statutory and regulatory framework of the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA).

In addition to his litigation practice, Bryce has assisted clients with real property transactions including leasing agreements and the sale of real property. Bryce has also provided third-party legal opinions as special counsel for borrowers on secured loans, as well as prepared Negative Assurance Letters as local counsel for Tax Lien Collateralized Notes and assisted with the summarization of the tax lien laws of various states in Preliminary Offering Memorandum for the same transactions.

While the bulk of his practice is in the Arizona Superior Court, Bryce has experience with the District Court of Arizona, the Arizona Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the Arizona Supreme Court.

Prior to joining the Kessler Law Group, Bryce enjoyed an excellent academic career at the Arizona University College of Law. Bryce was an Articles Editor for the highly regarded Arizona Law review, and excelled in a number of subjects, most notably being a three-time CALI Excellence for the Future Award recipient for receiving the top score in Property Law, Antitrust, and Corporate Governance. While in law school, Bryce interned for the Department of Justice with the Executive Office for Immigration Review, as well as acted as a summer associate for a civil litigation firm in Phoenix, Arizona. Bryce spent his first two years as a practicing attorney with that same civil litigation firm before joining the Kessler Law Group.


University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law (J.D. 2015)
Arizona Law Review, Articles Editor
CALI Excellence for the Future Awards
Property Law
Corporate Governance
Arizona State University (B.A., Psychology, 2012), Summa Cum Laude

Professional Memberships and Activities:

Maricopa County Bar Association
Real Estate Section
Litigation Section
Estate Planning, Probate & Trust Section
Scottsdale Bar Association
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

Bar Admissions:


Court Admissions:

Supreme Court of Arizona
United States District Court, District of Arizona
Arizona Superior Court
Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals
Arizona Court of Appeals

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