Bryan Dupree


Bryan M. Dupree

Bryan Dupree joined the Lafayette office of Sullivan Stolier Schulze, LLC in 2022, bringing with him multiple years of experience in a transactional, litigation, and regulatory practice. Bryan works on the full range of health care regulatory issues and supports the Firm’s nationally recognized Fraud and Abuse Practice Group handling state and federal fraud, waste, abuse and enforcement issues in the administrative, civil and criminal context. Bryan’s portfolio includes internal investigations for healthcare organizations facing regulatory or law enforcement agency review, as well as compliance and enforcement exposure assessments for healthcare providers, suppliers and systems.

Bryan received his Juris Doctor, Graduate Diploma in Comparative Law, and Energy Law & Policy Certificate from Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Louisiana State University in 2018. While in law school, he served as Executive Graduate Editor of the Journal of Civil Law Studies, was recognized as a Chancellor’s Scholar, a Dean’s Scholar and received the John P. Laborde Endowed Scholarship. He also received several CALI Awards for Excellence (highest overall grade).

After graduating from the LSU Law Center, Bryan moved to Lyon, France where he earned an LL.M. in International and European Business Law. Prior to joining Sullivan Stolier Schulze, LLC, he practiced in the area of energy law, drafting sophisticated contractual agreements for large entities and representing clients in complex litigation appeals before circuit courts and the Louisiana Supreme Court. In less than two years, Bryan was the principal drafter of two successful Louisiana Supreme Court writ applications, one on contractual interpretation and the other on ownership of real property.

A seventh generation South Louisiana native, Bryan began learning French at six years old and earned his bachelor’s degree in French Literature and Political Science from Millsaps College in 2011. Between college and law school, Bryan worked for five years as a bilingual tour guide, giving historic tours in French and English to visitors from around the world. Bryan is a former Ambassador of French in Louisiana and continues to actively promote Louisiana’s historic language and culture by helping to advance the cause of bilingual education and literacy in Louisiana and by serving as a Lafayette Preservation Commissioner and Board Member of the Preservation Alliance of Lafayette.

Bryan is admitted to practice before all state and federal court in Louisiana.

Professional Associations

  • Louisiana State Bar Association

  • Lafayette Bar Association

  • LGBT Bar Association

  • Centre de la Francophonie des Ameriques

  • French-American Chamber of Commerce

  • Preservation Alliance of Lafayette

  • Lafayette Preservation Commission

Bar Admissions

  • Louisiana, 2018


  • LL.M. (Master of Law in International and European Business Law), Universite Jean Moulin, Lyon III, Lyon, France, 2019

  • J.D./D.C.L. (Diploma in Comparative Law)/Energy Law & Policy Certificate, Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Louisiana State University, 2018

  • Bachelor of Arts, French Literature and Political Science (cum laude), Millsaps College, 2011

Honors and Awards

  • CALI Award for Excellence:
    • International Petroleum Transactions
    • Introduction to French Law
    • Energy Law and Regulation
  • LSU Law Chancellor’s Scholar

  • LSU Law Dean’s Scholar

  • John P. Laborde Endowed Scholarship Recipient

  • Albert Godfrey Sanders Excellence in French Studies Award