Brandon has a deep desire to make his community better. The only way to change the public's perception of lawyers is through action, not just words.
He is proud to serve as the
Executive Producer of Night Court - an annual all lawyer/judge production at the Hobby Center whose sole focus is to raise money for legal charities which directly benefit our local community. In the past five years, Night Court has been able to contribute almost half a million dollars to the following:
The Houston Area Women’s Center Children’s Court Services Program which assists child victims of crime and/or witnesses to crimes and their families as they participate in the criminal justice system;
Lone Star Legal Aid - Veterans Unit which provides free legal aid to veterans who need assistance.
The Aid to Victims of Domestic Violence which provides legal services to women who have been domestically abused but have little access to information on legal rights or the services of an attorney;
The Tahirih Justice Project that focuses on helping female immigrants and human trafficking victims seeking justice in the United States from gender-based violence;
The Family Intervention and Infant Toddler Court which helps families experiencing substance abuse problems work though the legal system with a focus on reuniting families and maintaining the family unit;
The Cathedral Health and Outreach Ministries d/b/a BEACON LAW that assists clients with housing problems focusing on helping people who are homeless; and
Property Tax Litigation
Real Estate Litigation
U.S. District Court – Eastern District of Texas
U.S. District Court – Southern District of Texas
Admitted pro hac vice in the U.S. District Court – Western District of Texas, and in the state courts of more than fifteen other states.
University of Texas - Austin
B.S. Corporate Comm., (honors distinction)
Baylor University School of Law , J.D. (with honors; Administrative Editor, Baylor Law Review; Executive President - Student Bar Association)