Brandi joined the firm in 2014 as a part-time law clerk and later become an associate after passing the bar exam. Born and raised in Buffalo, Brandi earned her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Buffalo. After working as a legal assistant at a law firm for two years, Brandi relocated to Virginia to accompany her husband during his military service and attended William and Mary Law School.
During law school, Brandi was involved in the military community by volunteering with USO, interning at the United States Air Force JAG office, and being an active member of the Military Veterans Society at William and Mary. She worked at the Lewis B. Puller Veterans Clinic where she helped veterans appeal their denied disability and pension claims. She was also involved in the Hampton Roads and Richmond community through her membership with the Black Law Students Association and her participation in the Hunton and Williams Street Law program.
Brandi had the honor of clerking for Honorable Raymond A. Jackson of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia and Honorable Barbara Howe of the Erie County Surrogate Court. She also had the exciting opportunity of interning at Legal Aid Society of Eastern Virginia where she used her Virginia Third-Year Practice certificate to successfully represent clients in custody and protective order proceedings.