Experience & Background

When Brandon was six years old, he told his mother that he wanted to be a preacher. When asked why, he said, “Because they dress nicely and worked once a week”. His mother laughed and told him, “It did not work like that”. He said, “Ok, I’ll be an attorney”.

A native of Georgetown, KY, Brandon M. Northington is a proud Hampton University alumnus. Brandon graduated in 2010 with honors receiving a Bachelors of Science in Business Management and a Minor in Leadership Studies.

Brandon went on to attend Florida A&M University College of Law where he received his Juris Doctorate. While at Florida A&M University College of Law, Brandon was a volunteer with the YMCA Teen Achievers and was a Student Attorney at the Orange County State’s Attorney Office.

Brandon began his legal career as an Assistant State’s Attorney for Charles County, Maryland where he tried matters ranging from jailable traffic to attempted murder. Wanting to expand his practice areas, Brandon then served as staff counsel at a large insurance carrier. As a result, he brings his unique understanding of defense tactics and valuation of claims.

Brandon loves serving his community as reflected this through his involvement in local church and community awareness organizations, as well as volunteering with Teen Court, and is a big brother in the Big Brothers Big Sisters of America. Brandon was even awarded a United States House of Representatives Certificate of Congressional Recognition for being a community leader and mentor.

Brandon is the past President of the Washington D.C. Hampton Alumni Association, and a member of the National Bar Association, Maryland Bar Association, and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

Brandon is a licensed attorney in Maryland, Washington, DC, and the United States Supreme Court.

In his free time, Brandon enjoys spending time with his family and friends, watching movies, and a good game of spades. Brandon resides in Crystal City with his wife, Erika, and their Cavapoo, Orlando.

Brandon believes in over-communicating with clients and setting reasonable and realistic expectations…under promise and overdeliver.