Brent is a native and life-long resident of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. After graduating from Catholic High School and LSU (B.S. Business Admin, 1989), and attending LSU Graduate School (Finance), Brent attended LSU Law School, where he served on the Moot Court Board and obtained a Juris Doctorate in 1994. Brent began his legal career at the law firm of Roedel Parsons, where he practiced until early 2021.
Early in his career, Brent litigated cases in state and federal court - insurance defense matters, product liability law, workers' compensation and toxic tort cases and various types of construction cases. Over the past two-plus decades, Brent gained broad experience in varied and diverse areas, including Public Entity Representation, Private Entity Representation, State and Local Government Representation, Real Estate and Transactional Work, Regulatory and Administrative Law, Sports Facilities, Tax Exempt Organizations, Property Management, Multi-Family Housing and various other areas, which provides him with an uncommon depth and breadth of legal knowledge and experience that is invaluable to his clients.
Brent currently concentrates his practice in the areas of Business Formation, Transactions, Corporate Planning, Construction Law, Landlord/Tenant Law, and Estate Planning, Wills, Trusts and Successions. He regularly assists his clients in drafting and negotiating contracts of all types, including purchases, sales, leases, AIA construction, employment and management. He represents property managers, businesses and developers and also assists clients with employment law issues.
Brent and his wife Tracy live in Baton Rouge and have 2 college-aged sons, Cole and Mason. They are actively involved in their local church and enjoy cheering on LSU.
Brent earned his B.S. in Business Administration in 1989.
He majored in Finance at Louisiana State University Graduate School and earned his J.D. from the Louisiana State University Law Center in 1994, with Honors on the Moot Court Board.