Brice is in his first year in the JD program at Georgetown University Law Center. He grew up on a small cow/calf ranch in Hamilton, Texas. He received a bachelor’s degree in agricultural education from West Texas A&M University and became certified to teach secondary agricultural science. He also obtained a master’s degree in Agricultural and Consumer Resources from Tarleton State University, completing a thesis discussing personality traits of successful teachers. Brice is interested in learning about international development and trade law and policy, especially involving the food and fiber supply chain. 

Prior to law school, he worked at Tarleton as a research compliance officer, focusing on agricultural animal and biological material compliance management. Outside of law school he enjoys spending time with his wife and their two dogs.