Brandon D. Pierson is an associate of Palmer Law and joined the firm in 2022. Brandon worked as a legal assistant and intern at the Whitten Burrage Law firm in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (2013-2021) and the Aldridge Teasdale Law Firm in Norman, Oklahoma (2021-2022). In addition to bad faith insurance, complex tort, personal injury, and premises liability cases, Brandon was involved with the State of Oklahoma v. Johnson and Johnson/Purdue Pharmaceuticals, numerous cases involving tribal water, timber, and gaming rights on behalf of the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations, and business interruption cases stemming from the Covid-19 pandemic.
After graduating from Allen High School in Allen, Texas in 2005, Brandon received a Bachelor of Science in Political Science from the University of the Ozarks in Clarksville, Arkansas in 2009 where he was a four-year NCAA Div. III soccer letterman. While in undergrad Brandon served as a Residential Advisor, Vice President of Fellowship of Christian Athletes, earned the American Southwest Conference Community Service Award, and interned in the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management at the United States Department of Labor in Washington D.C. He earned his Juris Doctorate at the Oklahoma City University School of Law in May 2021. During law school, Brandon was a member of the Native American Law School Association (NALSA) and completed his coursework at night while working full-time.
Brandon’s focused areas of practice are criminal defense, domestic litigation, personal injury and general civil litigation, real property law, and contract law.
Brandon was born in Carrolton, Texas and was raised in Allen, Texas. He married his wife Marissa in 2014 and they have three children: Carson, Payton, and Mallory. Prior to becoming an attorney, Brandon co-founded King Hall Music, an artist management company. Brandon regularly serves on staff at Oklahoma Boys State, a program of the Sons of the American Legion. When he is not working, Brandon enjoys spending time with family, attending his artists’ performances, playing the classical guitar, and playing chess. Brandon is a proud member of the Cherokee Nation.