Brandon received his Juris Doctor magna cum laude from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law in May 2008, graduating in the top 5% of his class. Brandon also earned Loyola Law’s certificates in Environmental Law and International Legal Studies. At Loyola Law, Brandon was Casenote & Comment Editor of the Loyola Law Review, and his student article on Electoral College reform was published in the same journal.
Brandon was also the brief writer for Loyola’s International Environmental team, which won the world championship at Stetson University’s annual competition in 2007.
Brandon also won Law Excellence Awards in Torts, Moot Court, Evidence, Toxic Torts Seminar, Environmental Law, International Trade Law, Law
of the European Union, and Land Use.
He has several years’ practice experience in the areas of estate planning, successions, and successions-related litigation, as well as establishing corporations, limited liability companies and foundations for clients, and attaining tax-exempt status for non-profit entities, and he has also guest lectured courses in Successions at Loyola.
Brandon is an associate member of the New Orleans Estate Planning Council, and is admitted to practice in Louisiana courts.