Brandon is an attorney that focuses his practice in the areas of railroad and transportation litigation, personal injury and insurance defense, product liability, and professional negligence.
Brandon has also negotiated successful resolutions to consumer disputes, and provided counsel to clients in diverse areas, from architecture to academics.
Education & Bar Admissions:
Brandon received his bachelor’s degree in psychology from George Fox University. He earned a law degree from Lewis & Clark Law School, graduating summa cum laude in 2018. While attending law school Brandon served as the Editor in Chief of the Lewis & Clark Law Review.
Brandon is a member of the Oregon State Bar Association and admitted to the U.s. District Court of Oregon.
Brandon is a member of the Multnomah Bar Association and American Bar Association.
Brandon has been a volunteer for Hands On Greater Portland. Brandon also supports the Campaign for Equal Justice, Planned Parenthood, and Oregon Food Bank.
Prior to entering law, Brandon spent several years in the real estate industry as an appraiser and a mortgage servicer and portfolio manager. He made the transition to law as an evening student at Lewis & Clark, while continuing to work full time – including, during his final year, as a law clerk at Cosgrave.
In his occasional free time, Brandon enjoys exercising, playing music, reading fiction and nonfiction, games and television with his son Nathan, and spending time with his partner Christa.
“Excellence in the Workplace”
Panel participant, OLIO (Opportunities for Law in Oregon) Employment Retreat, 2017
Editor’s Note, 21 Lewis & Clark Law Review, 2017
- Cornelius Honor Society, Lewis & Clark Law School. Selected by faculty based on distinguished scholarship, leadership, and contribution to the law community.
- Evening Student Award, Lewis & Clark Law School. Honoring the graduating student with the highest academic performance.