Brandon McFarlane works in the Pittsburgh office of RHLS. He is a transactional real estate attorney who represents nonprofit clients who construct and preserve affordable housing. He works on a variety of projects, large and small, from drafting construction contracts to setting up corporate entities.
He graduated from the School of Law at the University of Richmond with a joint degree, a J.D., and an M.B.A. While in law school, he worked for the Central Virginia Legal Aid Society, working on everything from no-fault divorces to tenant-landlord disputes. He also worked at the Greater Richmond Partnership as an intern through the MBA program. This organization is an economic development nonprofit that supports small and medium-sized enterprises. Brandon worked in the Export division, helping small businesses to create different streams of income from outside their local area.
He received his undergraduate degree from Norwich University and holds an M.A. in Public Administration from there as well. He lives in Pittsburgh with his dog.