Brandon W. Waddell
Brandon W. Waddell his an experienced litigator specializing in general litigation and civil rights litigation. Mr. Waddell grew up in Metro Detroit, receiving his Bachelor’s degree in Telecommunications from Michigan State University and his juris doctorate from Thomas M. Cooley Law School with a concentration in litigation.
Prior to joining Loomis, Mr. Waddell served as the litigation manager for the Michigan Department of Corrections. In that role he supervised the litigation section of the Office of Legal Affairs and served as a liaison between the MDOC and Department of Attorney General. Prior to that position, Mr. Waddell has served as an Assistant Attorney’s General in the MDOC division, Assistant Lansing City Attorney where he served as the district court manager and chief legal advisor for the Lansing Police Department, Assistant District Attorney in Dallas, Texas , and an associate practicing privately at an insurance subrogation firm.
Mr. Waddell has extensive criminal and civil trial experience from his time as a felony prosecutor and Assistant Attorney’s General, in both state and federal courts. Mr. Waddell is admitted to practice in Michigan and Texas, and now lives in Lansing with his wife and daughters.
- Member, American Bar Association
- Member, State Bar of Michigan
- Member, State Bar of Texas
- Member, Ingham County Bar Association
- Member, Western & Eastern District Courts of Michigan
- Member, 6th Circuit Court of Appeals
- Thomas M. Cooley Law School, J.D.
- Michigan State University, B.A.