Brandy S. Citizen is a graduate of Spelman College in Atlanta, GA, where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology. Following the completion of her undergraduate studies, Brandy returned to her home state of Louisiana to pursue a Juris Doctorate at Southern University Law Center. During that time, Brandy had the privilege to study international and human rights law abroad in London, England. She also served as an intern with the New York Division of Human Rights and Emory University’s Child Welfare Clinic. Immediately after law school, Brandy’s love of the public interest and advocacy sector landed her an unforgettable position as a legislative aide for the city of New Orleans, during the city’s traumatic post-Hurricane Katrina recovery efforts.
Brandy has experience in the practice areas of Child Advocacy, Personal Injury, Longshore and Harbor Worker’s Compensation, Defense Base Act claims, War Hazards Compensation Act claims, and Social Security Disability. For over a decade, Brandy has centered her focus on Social Security Disability law, and has appeared before countless administrative law judges across the United States, while representing thousands of clients in their quest for disability benefits.
Outside of zealously advocating for her clients in the courtroom, you will find Brandy performing her other full-time job as a proud boy-mom to her two sons. She is an avid New Orleans Saints fan, a yoga enthusiast, and a coffee connoisseur.
- State Bar of Louisiana, 2008 (not licensed in GA)
- Spelman College, B.A., 2004
- Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
- City, University of London
- Southern University Law Center, J.D., 2007
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