Isaiah N. Brydie, Esquire, is an attorney in his hometown of Tulsa with a special focus on serving black-owned businesses. Mr. Brydie returned to Tulsa after attending law school at the University of Oklahoma establishing his business law practice just a few miles away from where he grew up. He is a distinguished graduate from Jackson State University, an historically black college where Mr. Brydie was honored as a McNair Scholar and Thurgood Marshal Scholarship Fellow.
Mr. Brydie’s Tulsa community ties run deep. Growing up in North Tulsa, Mr. Brydie attended Emerson Elementary, played at Owen Park, learned about the history of his community–from Black Wall Street to the present–and dreamed about how he would contribute to the civic and business life in his hometown as a lawyer. At Booker T. Washington High School, Mr. Brydie was President of his school’s chapter of a fraternal and mentorship organization, Men of Power. The seeds of many of his life-long mentoring relationships and friendships in Tulsa were planted there.