Brandon L. Greene is a graduate of Boston University Law School where he was a Public Interest Scholar and Martin Luther King Social Justice Fellow. He has also held fellowships with the New Leaders Council San Francisco Chapter, and the Front Line Leaders Academy. He is currently a fellow with The Justice Collective and a Legal Innovators Fellow with Law For Black Lives. Brandon has worked on education and civil rights issues while serving as a fellow with Education Pioneers, Education Chair for the Boston NAACP, and as the Northeastern Regional Attorney General with the National Black Law Students Association. Brandon also served as legal fellow with Public Advocates in San Francisco and as a Deputy Public Defender in Contra Costa County. At the East Bay Community Law Center, Brandon chairs the Equity and Inclusion Committee and helps lead decriminalization of poverty work. Brandon has written regularly for the Huffington Post and his article Depraved Necessities: Prison Privatization, Educational Attainment and the Path to Profit was published in 2013 by SRBLSA Law Journal.
J.D., Boston University (2013)