Brandon joined Loyola Law after nearly two years of service to the judiciary at the Louisiana Supreme Court in the Law Library of Louisiana. A graduate of Loyola New Orleans Law, Brandon completed her J.D. in Common Law with a certificate in Civil Law. She focuses on Louisiana legal history and issues concerning access to information. Her research interests include: mixed jurisdictions, rare law books, Spanish and Louisiana legal history, canon law, and the intersection of law, religion, and society. Brandon is the Vice President of the New Orleans Association of Law Libraries and is an active member of the American Association of Law Libraries as a member of the Newsletter Committee for the Government Law Libraries Section, and an Outreach Committee member for the Legal History and Rare Book Special Interest Section. Please feel free to email Brandon with any legal research inquiries or needs.
J.D., Loyola University New Orleans; M.I.S. Florida State University; B.A. History, DePaul University