Brandon is a corporate associate in the Houston office of Kirkland & Ellis LLP. Brandon’s practice centers on representing institutional and alternative lenders, private equity funds and commercial borrowers in a variety of domestic and international financing matters, including, but not limited to subscription credit facilities, net asset value secured credit facilities, management fee secured credit facilities, mezzanine financing, debt restructuring transactions, asset-based financings (including reserve-based lending for oil and gas transactions), acquisition financings, cash-flow financings, debtor-in-possession financings and exit financings, mortgage warehouse facilities and notes offerings. Brandon also routinely counsels clients on general corporate issues and debt compliance matters.
Brandon is a passionate supporter of universal public access to legal services and maintains an active pro bono practice through his volunteer legal service. Prior to becoming an attorney, Brandon worked as a German and Spanish interpreter in the Federal Inspection Services facility of his hometown airport, Charlotte-Douglas International Airport.
"Take Back The Law Panel," Southern Methodist University Law School, November 8, 2017, Speaker
Memberships & Affiliations
State Bar of Texas
Carolina Law Club of Texas
Houston Representative, 2018
Dallas Representative, 2015–2018
Admissions & Qualifications
- University of North Carolina School of LawJ.D.2015
Articles and Notes Editor, First Amendment Law Review
- Florida State UniversityB.A., History2005
Phi Eta Sigma