Brandon Albright is a personal injury lawyer at De Castroverde Law Group.
Brandon received his bachelor’s degree in liberal arts and graduated summa cum laude from Arizona State University in 2012. He then earned his law degree from the William S. Boyd School of Law at UNLV in 2016 and was admitted to the State Bar of Nevada the same year. While in law school, Brandon was a member of the Rueben J. Clark Society and received CALI Awards (the highest grade in the course) in Trial Advocacy and Advanced Legal Analysis: Law, Language, and Leadership.
After law school, Brandon worked as a Judicial Law Clerk for the Honorable Judge Douglas Smith in the Eighth Judicial District Court, where he assisted with both criminal and civil calendars. He then spent the next six years working for the Clark County District Attorney’s Office as a Chief Deputy District Attorney, where he quickly rose through the ranks from general litigation cases to the Domestic Violence Unit (DVU) and finally to the Special Victims Unit (SVU) where he specialized in DNA Sexual Assault Cold Cases.
Born and raised in Las Vegas, Brandon and his wife are Vegas Golden Knight Hockey fanatics. He enjoys attending concerts, snowboarding, playing guitar, and avoiding doing homework with his three children. Brandon is fluent in Spanish.