Brandon Galindo graduated from West Virginia University in 2016 where he majored in Criminology with minors in Spanish and Law and Legal Studies. During undergraduate studies, Brandon studied in Santander, Spain. He decided to continue his education and attended West Virginia University College of Law, graduating in May 2020. While in law school, Brandon was also enrolled in business school and earned his MBA simultaneously. Brandon earned recognition in business school for success in strategy related course work and competitions.
While in law school, Brandon served as a board member for the Veterans and Military Advocacy Group. Although not a veteran himself, Brandon has been a champion for veteran’s causes. During this time, Brandon also served as an IRS VITA volunteer, providing income tax assistance to low income individuals. He was also a 1L Lugar Trial Competition competitor and a Public Interest Advocates member and 2018 Supplemental Fellow.
In 2018, Brandon interned at the Allegheny County Office of the Public Defender in Pittsburgh, PA. It was there, where he gained extensive trial preparation and litigation experience. In 2019, Brandon worked for a law office in Bridgeport, WV. There, he worked on large oil and gas contracts and negotiations as well as personal injury cases involving tractor trailers.
Born and raised in Centreville, Virginia, Brandon always knew that he wanted to return to the Commonwealth after finishing his education. A natural competitor, Brandon does not shy away from the litigation process. “We have to be willing to fight for our client’s rights at and advocate aggressively.”
When he is not advocating for his clients, Brandon spends free time watching WVU football and basketball with his Girlfriend, their two dogs, and deaf cat. He also is an outdoor enthusiast who spends weekends hiking, skiing, and snowboarding as time permits.