Bryton Moen earned his Bachelor of Arts in 2011 (Honours) from Brandon University and his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Manitoba in 2014.
Bryton is a Crown Attorney with Manitoba Justice. In that role he has prosecuted a variety of high profile and complex matters throughout the Province of Manitoba and has been Co-Counsel to several inquests. In addition to his professional life, Bryton enjoys volunteering his time to help others. He is a committed volunteer for both the community and the legal profession.
Bryton has been involved in a variety of different community organizations. He currently serves as Chair of the Teachers’ Retirement Allowances Fund, and as a Director for the Victoria General Hospital Foundation. He has also served on the board of the Canadian Sport Centre – Manitoba, Brandon University Alumni Association, multiple committees of the Law Society of Manitoba, including ethics and education, and the Brandon & District United Way, where he served as Treasurer and Chair of the Finance & Audit Committee. As well, Bryton worked with a humanitarian organization where his team worked alongside Haitians to help rebuild a school building, laboured with them on the farms and distributed food and medical supplies to a local hospital.
Bryton is active in a variety of different professional organizations, presently serving the Manitoba Bar Association as a Council Member, as Chair of the Constitutional & Human Rights Section and as Co-Chair of the Criminal Law Section. He also serves on the national executive of the Canadian Bar Association for both the Constitutional & Human Rights Section, and the Criminal Law Section. In addition, Bryton serves as a member of the Investment Committee of the Law Society of Manitoba. Bryton also volunteers his time to mentor first-year law students.
Bryton received the Distinguished Alumni Award for Community Service in 2021.