Mr. Fryer earned his B.A. in International Political Economy from The University of Texas at Dallas, and his J.D. from UNT Dallas College of Law.
In law school, through his multiple internships with the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office, Mr. Fryer assisted prosecutors in numerous felony and misdemeanor cases and trials, and volunteered to help support, organize, and plan the Dallas County District Attorney’s Youth Counsel, and Community Prosecutor Academy.
Prior to academia, Mr. Fryer served on active duty with the United States Army. Mr. Fryer enlisted in 2007, and served as a rifleman and machine gunner in Operation Iraqi Freedom. During his 12-month combat tour to Iraq, Mr. Fryer earned multiple awards for exemplary service and performance while serving on over 250+ combat missions as an Arabic language enabled soldier. Mr. Fryer served enlistments as an Infantryman, Civil Affairs Medical Specialist/Combat Medic, and Artilleryman before honorably separating in 2017.
While earning his undergraduate degree and still serving in the US military, Mr. Fryer worked as a physical therapy technician for a pediatrics clinic specializing in children’s development.
Mr. Fryer is a member of the State Bar of Texas and the Dallas Bar Association.