Student at Law
Suite 300, 602 12th Avenue SW
Calgary, AB T2R 1J3
Brandon graduated from Queen's University Faculty of Law in 2021 and began his articles with Maurice Law in August of the same year. Brandon inherited a pride for his Kanyenkeha:ka (Mohawk) heritage and continues to reclaim and share his passion for Mohawk language. Brandon and his family live in Kingston, Ontario just outside of his home reserve, Tyendinaga.
Throughout law school, Brandon led a Probono Students Canada project educating Akwesasne Justices of the Peace in the Akwesasne Self-Governance Project and founded the Queen’s Law Squash Society. Beyond school, Brandon was the Student Liaison for the Frontenac Law Association and still sits on the board of a local Kingston Charity.
Brandon’s young legal career has already allowed him to work extensively with boards and tribunals including the former Victim Compensation Board, the Landlord and Tenant Board, and Disciplinary Court Hearings at federal prisons for inmate clients.
Brandon has a strange enthusiasm for all things food and drink, but especially coffee. When not in the kitchen, he’s either enjoying doing something active, such as playing squash, hiking, or, indoor bouldering.
Community Engagement & Presentations
• Rustle Free Methodist Church – Vice Chair (2018 – Present)
• Probono Students Canada, Akwesasne Self Governance Project – Team Lead (2018 – 2020)
Education & Professional Memberships
• J.D. (Queen’s University Faculty of Law, 2021)
• B.A. with Honours: Linguistics, Indigenous Studies (Queen’s University, 2018)
• Frontenac Law Association – Member
• Indigenous Bar Association – Member