Stephanie Bradley Fryer is an attorney licensed to practice in the State of Texas and is a 5th generation Texas landowner raised on her family's farm. Because of her agricultural background, work in the agricultural law field, and continued agriculture involvement, she is specially equipped to handle legal issues for farmers, ranchers, and rural landowners. In addition, because Stephanie was raised by business owners and is a business owner herself, she is uniquely qualified to help clients with various business transaction issues.
Stephanie attended Texas A&M University where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science, Master of Science degree in Agricultural Economics, and finally her Juris Doctorate from the School of Law. Prior to attending law school, Stephanie Bradley Fryer worked for the United States Department of Agriculture - Farm Service Agency as County Executive Director in Floyd County, Texas. While in law school, Stephanie clerked at a law firm engaged in private practice and the Texas Department of Agriculture.
Stephanie Bradley Fryer is involved in a wide variety of agricultural activities which provides a network of industry professionals including farmers, ranchers, agricultural lenders, crop insurance agents, insurance agents, and many others that she can rely on to provide an even greater, more well-rounded service to her clients. This includes being an active member of the American Agricultural Law Association where Stephanie serves as a member of the Marketing Committee and also sponsors the Student Activities at the annual educational symposium. In addition, Stephanie is a member of the Texas Agricultural Lifetime Leadership Class XVI. Through this program she is currently participating in numerous agricultural sessions across the state of Texas, the United States, and will also participate in an international session in the Spring of 2020.
Staying true to her agricultural roots, Stephanie and her husband raise commercial and registered cattle, and she is a member of American Chianina Association, American Maine Anjou Association, and Texas Longhorn Breeders Association of America.