Adam Brandon is a member of Rogers Towers’ Litigation Department. His practice is concentrated in the areas of complex commercial litigation, construction litigation, liability defense litigation, and banking litigation.
Previous Professional Experience
Mr. Brandon served in the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) Corps as the Command Judge Advocate at Naval Air Station Jacksonville. In that capacity, he led a legal team that provided high-visibility general counsel advice to the Installation Commanding Officer as well as 110 major and mid-level commands on military justice, fiscal law, ethics, Freedom of Information Act requests, public-private venture housing, investigations, and regulatory compliance. He previously practiced for three years as a criminal defense attorney before courts-martial and administrative hearings.
A veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom, Mr. Brandon deployed to Baghdad, Iraq, where he worked with Iraqi judges and attorneys to prosecute cases against 130 Iraqi detainees affiliated with groups such as Al Qaeda and Jayish Al-Mahdi. As a liaison to the Central Criminal Court of Iraq, he directed cases for offenses such murder, terrorism, kidnapping, and torture. He also mentored Iraqi judges and attorneys on the use of forensic evidence and international legal norms.
Mr. Brandon continues his military service as a Lieutenant Commander in the Navy Reserve.
- Bridging the Gap: A Catholic Perspective on Global Trade as a Tool of Development, 21Notre Dame J.L. Ethics & Pub. Pol’y 263 (2007), available at: http://scholarship.law.nd.edu/ndjlepp/vol21/iss1/9.