Brandt Thomas Roessler's practice focuses on white collar defense, corporate investigations, and international arbitration. Brandt has been involved in a wide variety of complex matters, ranging from the investigation of corruption and money laundering in South America, to an international arbitration arising out of a subsea gas pipeline rupture.
Brandt also represents clients pro bono in LGBTQ civil rights cases, including challenges to discriminatory state laws, oppositions to harmful proposed regulations, and immigration applications for LGBTQ asylum seekers fleeing persecution. As an extension of his advocacy, Brandt currently serves as Co-Chair of the NY Emerging Leaders Committee of Lambda Legal, the nation's oldest and largest legal organization dedicated to the full recognition of civil rights for LGBTQ persons and individuals living with HIV.
While in law school, Brandt interned for Justice Kerry P. FitzGerald of the Court of Appeals for the Fifth District of Texas, won the Duberstein Bankruptcy Moot Court Competition in 2015, also receiving an award for writing the best brief, and served as President of his law school's LGBTQ student organization for two years.