“I became an attorney to help people in need. I am proud to say I try to achieve that goal on a daily basis with the work we do at Corson & Johnson.”
Brandon Moore represents people who have been injured by car, truck, and bicycle collisions; in industrial accidents; and by nursing home neglect and abuse. Brandon is motivated by his desire to help people who have suffered from wrongdoing and advocate for them in a court of law.
During his time at the Oregon School of Law, he worked to pursue legal change to protect children’s interests through the Oregon Child Advocacy Project. As a fellow there, he provided research assistance and worked as an advocate for children by educating the legal community about the legal needs and rights of children.
Brandon earned a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy at the University of Southern California in 2004 and a Multiple Subject Teaching Credential from California State University, Stanislaus in 2008. He graduated from the University of Oregon School of Law in 2016, where he was a Campbell Fellow for the Oregon Child Advocacy Project.
Brandon is licensed to practice law in all courts of the state of Oregon and in all Oregon federal courts.
Brandon’s professional memberships include:
- The Oregon State Bar
- The Oregon Trial Lawyers Association
- The American Association for Justice
- The Lane County Bar Association
Brandon is a board member for the Oregon Law Students Public Interest Fund.
He lives with his wife and two young children in Eugene where he enjoys cooking, hiking, and playing in a local band.