Brandon earned his law degree from Queen’s University where he participated in the Queen’s Legal Aid Clinic for three years, beginning as a caseworker and progressing to a group leader. Brandon has advocated for clients in front of numerous courts and tribunals including the Small Claims Court, Landlord and Tenant Board, and the Social Benefits Tribunal. Brandon was awarded the McDougall- Watson Memorial Award and the Dan Soberman Award in consecutive years for his leadership in legal aid.
In second-year Brandon was awarded the Employment Law Prize for receiving the top grade in employment law for the 2019 academic year.
In third-year Brandon led the charge in the establishment of the Conflict Analytics Lab at Queen’s, which is a research-based consortium concerned with the application of machine learning to dispute resolution. Brandon is the Co-Creator of two employment law legal technology applications on MyOpenCourt.ca, designed to help both employees and employers better understand their legal rights.
Brandon summered with the firm in 2019 and has returned to complete his articles for 2020-2021.