Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP attorney David Brandon has been recognized as “Attorney of the Year” by Lewis & Clark Law School’s Small Business Legal Clinic (SBLC). The SBLC provides business transactional, employment counseling, intellectual property and other legal services to low-income small and emerging businesses, cooperatives and nonprofit corporations. Since opening its doors, it has provided legal advice to more than 1,800 new and emerging businesses working on more than 2,500 separate legal matters.
“David has volunteered with the Small Business Clinic for three years. He is extremely respectful toward the clients and receptive to their needs as small business owners,” said Julieanna Elegant, Executive Director of SBLC “Last year, David volunteered with four SBLC clients, putting in many hours and supporting the clinic during the summer months, when it can be challenging to find attorney volunteers. We are grateful for his continued support of the clinic and his unfailing kindness toward the clients.”
For more information, please visit the SBLC website at law.lclark.edu/centers/small_business_legal_clinic.
About David Brandon
Brandon advises for-profit and nonprofit organizations on entity choice, formation and governance matters, sales and acquisitions of businesses, state and local taxation and domestic and cross-border commercial transactions. Before moving to Miller Nash Graham & Dunn, he gained experience with partnership tax and state and local tax, working as a tax consultant with Deloitte LLP in Seattle. Brandon attended the University of Washington School of Law before earning an advanced degree in tax law. He currently serves on the board of directors for the Serendipity Center.