Mr. Pryor is experienced in international law, the law of war, and criminal law. He also has experience in administrative law, estate planning, and contracts and has tried multiple criminal cases and administrative disciplinary hearings.
While attending law school at Florida International University College of Law, he was selected by the United States Air Force for their Graduate Law Program. Upon graduating from law school, he also earned a commission as an officer in the Air Force through the University of Miami ROTC. Mr. Pryor served with Air Force Special Operations Command in New Mexico, and later with the United States Space Force near Cocoa Beach, Florida.
Mr. Pryor attended the University of North Florida, where he graduated cum laude with a BA in Broadcast Journalism, and minors in Mathematics and Business Management. Mr. Pryor was also a member of the UNF Ospreys Men’s Baseball team, where he earned Academic All-Conference Honors from 2006-2009. Prior to starting law school, he taught AP Calculus and other mathematics courses for Duval County Public Schools at Baldwin Middle-Senior High School, and coached baseball, softball, basketball, and football.
Mr. Pryor graduated summa cum laude from Florida Southern College with a Master’s in Education. He was also a member of the Florida Southern Men’s Baseball team, earning Academic All-Conference Honors in 2010.
Mr. Pryor was an executive editor for the Florida International University Law Review and earned three Book Awards for earning the highest overall grade in those respective courses. He also served as a teaching assistant for FIU Law School’s Legal Writing Department and was a research assistant for FIU’s First Amendment Law professor.