Brandon Moulard draws on his broad experience in employment and education law to represent K-12 school districts, colleges and universities, private schools, charter schools, and education vendors.
He focuses his practice on protecting educational institutions in federal and state litigation involving constitutional claims, employment disputes, state torts, student matters, and contract suits. He has defended public and private educational entities in state and federal courts. Beyond his litigation experience, Brandon has counseled education clients on civil rights, employment issues, disability rights, and compliance with state and federal law.
Brandon aims to break the traditional lawyer mold and strives to be a modern, solution-oriented attorney who leverages cutting-edge technology and focuses on a human-to-human approach that builds client and colleague relationships. He is also deeply committed to pro bono work, having helped incarcerated persons in criminal and civil rights cases, independent artists in contract disputes, and nonprofit organizations in employment litigation and the development of employment policies.