Brendan is a native St. Louisan passionate about serving clients and practicing criminal law, municipal law, and family law. As a former assistant prosecuting attorney, Brendan has valuable insight when a client faces criminal charges because he knows the inner workings of the criminal justice system.
Brendan attended Parkway North High School in St. Louis County. After graduation, he attended Southwest Baptist University where he graduated Magna Cum Laude.
During law school at Saint Louis University, Brendan interned at three different Prosecuting Attorneys offices. He gained an extensive knowledge on how jurisdictions handle misdemeanor and felony cases. In December 2012, The University of Pittsburgh School of Law published his opinion on the DWI case Missouri vs. McNeely, which was pending in the United States Supreme Court.
Outside of the law, Brendan is an avid Cardinals baseball fan and was a former American Legion baseball player and volunteer coach for Creve Coeur Legion Post 397.