Bryton Moen

Bryton Moen

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.