Brandon Cromer

Trial Lawyer

Born in Georgia, Brandon grew up and graduated high school in McDonough, Georgia. In 2013, he began attending Emory University in Atlanta, GA  where he ran on the Emory Men’s Varsity Track & Field and Cross Country teams for four years, worked at the Emory bookstore, interned as a legislative aide in the Georgia Assembly, and spent much of his time volunteering throughout the Atlanta community.

Brandon graduated from Emory University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and moved to Las Vegas, NV where he attended the William S. Boyd School of Law, UNLV.

While in law school, Brandon was the President of Outlaws, the Executive Secretary of the UNLV Black Law Students Association, and a student-attorney for the Rosenblum Family Foundation Tax Clinic. He externed for both the Honorable Joseph Hardy, Jr. in the Eighth Judicial District Court of Nevada and a U.S. Congresswoman in Nevada. He earned second place in the 2019 Nevada Law Journal’s Scholarly Writing Competition, helped his team place third in the 11th Annual Securities Dispute Resolution Triathlon in New York City, and received the Most Outstanding Student Award for the Sealed Records community service program.

After graduating law school, Brandon worked for one of Nevada’s U.S. Senators prior to joining Claggett & Sykes Law Firm as a law clerk. He is now an attorney for Claggett & Sykes Law Firm.

In his spare time, Brandon enjoys travelling, jogging at local parks, trying new local restaurants, and participating in volunteer community activities.


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