Bryce was called to the Bar in April 2015 and has appeared in the Supreme Court of NSW (including the Court of Appeal), the Federal Court of Australia (including the Full Court of the Federal Court), the Family Court of Australia, the NSW District Court, the Federal Circuit Court of Australia, the NSW Local Court, and the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal (including the Appeal Panel).
Bryce has a diverse practice and has worked on matters involving the following areas of law: corporate and commercial, contract, equity, insolvency, property, tax, wills and estates, family, criminal, and building and construction.
Some examples of recent cases include:
- Ord Irrigation Co-Operative v Department of Water and Environmental Regulation  WASAT 68 (led by F Ashworth)
- Probuild Constructions (Aust) Pty Ltd v DDI Group Pty Ltd  NSWCA 151; (2017) 95 NSWLR 82 (led by M Galvin);
- Deputy Commissioner of Taxation v Young and Anor  NSWDC 146 (unled save for closing submissions); and
- In the matter of Bankstown City Radio Co-Operative Limited (in liquidation)  NSWSC 1884 (unled).
Prior to being called to the Bar, Bryce was a solicitor at Atanaskovic Hartnell, where he worked in corporate and commercial law, including mergers and acquisitions. Prior to working at Atanaskovic Hartnell, Bryce was a solicitor at Norton White, where he worked in transport law (aviation) and corporate and commercial law.
Bryce has worked as a lecturer and tutor in the Faculty of Law at the University of Technology Sydney, teaching in Civil Procedure, Evidence, and Commercial Equity. He also developed and taught the Ethics component of the University’s Bar Preparation Program. Bryce previously taught English and Rhetoric at the University of Sydney, where he received a Doctor of Philosophy in English.
Bryce has been awarded numerous academic prizes and scholarships, including the Aaron Levine Prize in Criminal Law at the University of Sydney and the James Coutts Scholarship in English Language at the University of Sydney.
Bryce accepts briefs from solicitors and direct access briefs from in-house and government counsel.