Raised in Burlington, North Dakota, Brandt attended college at Minnesota State University Moorhead and graduated from Minot State University with a degree in History with concentrations in Economics, Geography and Native American Studies. Brandt attended the University of North Dakota School of Law from 2013-2016, graduating cum laude.
Experience and Values
After law school, Brandt clerked for former North Dakota Supreme Court Justice Carol Ronning Kapsner where he was exposed to various areas of the law. Prior to joining Fremstad Law firm, Brandt worked in the Fargo branch office of a Minneapolis-based firm assisting on commercial litigation and employment law matters. Brandt is dedicated to providing excellent client service with a personal touch.
Brandt is admitted to practice in North Dakota state and federal court. Brandt practices primarily in the area of litigation, collections, business disputes, real estate disputes, and other civil matters.
Things you may be interested in knowing about Brandt:
- Outside of work, Brandt enjoys spending time with his wife and son, listening to music, and playing the ukulele, bass guitar, and percussion instruments.
- During the summer months, Brandt can be found biking and skateboarding.
- During the winter months, Brandt can be found cheering on his son at hockey games.
- He once successfully saved a co-worker choking on Twizzlers.
- He was a high school football player and wrestler.
- He is an avid UND Hockey fan.
- He is a huge Calvin and Hobbes fan and wrote a legal ethics paper in law school involving the comic.
- His first advocacy experience came in the 8th Grade where he argued on behalf of a friend who had unjustly been excluded from a year-end field trip. The principal disagreed. He believes he was right, and yes; he is still salty about it.