2000 Engel Street, Suite 101
Madison, Wisconsin 53713
Brendan was born in Neptune, New Jersey, and grew up in the Jersey Shore area. Brendan graduated from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey in 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History. He moved to Erie, Pennsylvania and lived there for about a year before moving to Minneapolis, Minnesota to attend law school. He graduated from the University of Minnesota Law School in 2017.
At law school, Brendan was a staff writer and note and comment editor for the Minnesota Journal of International Law. During his time with the journal, Brendan wrote an article on the Russian military intervention in Syria which was published in Volume 26, Issue 2 of that journal. He completed a study abroad program during his 3L year at Uppsala University in Uppsala, Sweden. During his final two years at law school Brendan was hired as a legal research assistant at the University of Minnesota’s Robina Institute of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice. Through his work at the Robina Institute, Brendan assisted his colleagues and supervisors with building state by state profiles of parole and post-conviction supervision systems. Brendan was listed as a contributing author on multiple published academic articles by the Robina Institute.
After graduating law school, Brendan worked for the Wisconsin State Public Defender as an Assistant State Public Defender in Baraboo, Wisconsin from October 2017 until January 2020. Brendan’s practice has focused heavily on criminal defense.
In his spare time Brendan enjoys traveling and exploring Wisconsin’s state parks, towns, and cities with his wife. He also enjoys cooking, socializing reading, playing video games, and rooting for the New York Jets.