Brandi grew up in West Texas, and attended both college and graduate school at Texas Tech University. Before attending law school she earned her Master’s Degree in Higher Education with a focus in Student Affairs. She worked on college campuses in student life as a student organization and Greek life advisor, and as a hearing officer and then director of student conduct administration.
Brandi attended the University of Tennessee College of Law, and started gaining valuable courtroom experience while clerking for the District Attorney’s Office. She has practiced criminal defense since 2011. Her firsthand experience on both the college campus and in the courtoom make her uniquely qualified to represent students who face either issues on campus or in the legal system.
In her free time, Brandi volunteers with her therapy dog for Human Animal Bond in Tennessee, frequently visiting courtrooms with Foxy.
Texas Tech University, B.A., Public Relations, 2000
Texas Tech University, M.Ed., Higher Education, 2005
University of Tennessee College of Law, J.D. 2011