Brandon M. Weaver

Associate

Brandon is a member of Young Moore’s Transportation and Logistics team and represents clients in trucking litigation, product liability, premises liability, and insurance defense cases. Brandon also represents clients in eminent domain claims.

Brandon joined Young Moore after spending the first five years of his legal career representing plaintiffs in catastrophic injury cases alongside some of the state’s top plaintiff’s attorneys. During this time, Brandon was recognized in North Carolina Super Lawyers in the Rising Star category (2019-2020) and named to the National Trial Lawyers Top 40 under 40 list.

Brandon graduated from Campbell Law in 2014, where he served on the board of editors for the Campbell Law Review. Brandon received his B.B.A. in Trust and Wealth Management from Campbell University in 2014, graduating Summa Cum Laude.

A North Carolina native, Brandon lives in Raleigh with his wife and two kids. Outside the office, Brandon enjoys the outdoors,  hiking North Carolina’s state parks with his family, and competing in target archery. Brandon is a member of South Hills Baptist Church in Cary, NC, where he serves on the deacon board.

Education & Bar Admissions

  • J.D., Campbell University School of Law, 2014
  • B.B.A., Campbell University, Trust & Wealth Management, Summa Cum Laude

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