Staff (2L Member)
Expected Graduation: May 2018
Summer Experience: Internship/Law Clerk, Federal Public Defender for the Western District of Michigan; Law Clerk, Hon. Michelle M. Rick, 29th Circuit Court of Michigan
Brandon graduated cum laude from the Insignis Honors Program at Aquinas College in Grand Rapids, Michigan with degrees in Political Science and Mathematics. While at Aquinas, Brandon served as the youngest Student Senate Chairman in the school's history, elected to the position in the spring of his freshmen year; he also participated in Undergraduate Moot Court for four years. At the end of his career at Aquinas, he was named Outstanding Senior in Political Science.
Outside of MSU Law Review, Brandon continues to clerk for the Hon. Michelle M. Rick as well as participates in Moot Court, Trial Practice Institute, and serves as a Teaching Assistant for Torts I. Brandon focuses his practice and writing on different areas of substantive law, including governmental immunity, criminal procedure, constitutional protections and interpretation, commercial law, administrative law, and general areas of civil litigation.
In his spare time, Brandon enjoys golf, sporting clay shooting, baseball, automotive repair, reading, and spending spending time with family, friends, and his five-pound Pom-Chi named Bear.
For more information, please visit Brandon's LinkedIn Profile.