Brendan is a current Georgetown Law student, where he is a member of the second cohort of the competitive Business Law Scholars program. Prior to Georgetown, Brendan co-founded the non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, Chef Lucas Food, where he still assists in day-to-day operations and expansion. He later obtained his B.A. in Political Science, summa cum laude, from the University of Alabama. While at Alabama, Brendan walked on as a linebacker for the Crimson Tide football team and also helped impoverished families complete and file tax returns as an Impact America volunteer.
At Georgetown, Brendan is a student ambassador, campus tour guide, head liaison for the recently launched Diversity Student Ambassador program, and served as a research assistant for Professor Anthony Cook, with whom he worked closely on a real estate development project. During his first year, Brendan conducted pro bono legal services at the Catholic Charities Legal Network and also worked as an intern at D.C. based sports agency, Coches Inc.
In high school, Brendan co-founded the non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, Chef Lucas Food, where he still assists in day-to-day operations and expansion.
During his 1L Summer, Brendan was an intern for the United States Air Force JAG Corps at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam located in Honolulu, Hawaii. For his 2L Summer, Brendan handled cases ranging from DWI’s to attempted murder while interning with the Trial Bureau of the Bronx County District Attorney’s Office. Additionally, due to inspiration from tax courses he took as part of the BLS curriculum, Brendan applied for and was recently accepted into Georgetown’s joint J.D./LL.M. in Taxation program. He plans to complete his studies in December 2021.
Brendan grew up in Minneapolis, MN and enjoys spending time with his son, working out, volunteering with the homeless, reading inspirational memoirs, and watching crime dramas.
The University of Alabama, B.A. Political Science, summa cum laude, 2018
Georgetown University Law Center, Expected J.D. 2021