Brandon Roby, law clerk to Judge Sherrie R. Bailey, has a diverse background of experiences. Prior to law school, he had a career in retail. He is an avid traveler, a videographer, and an accomplished cook.
Born in St. Louis, MO, Brandon has a younger brother and two step sisters. He is the proud uncle of two nieces. He attended Saint Louis University and obtained a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration with a focus in Human Resources Management. In 2004 he relocated to Atlanta, GA where he would eventually begin a career in retail management. While he enjoyed several years in the Atlanta-metro area, life would eventually bring him to Baltimore, MD. In 2013, he graduated from the University of Maryland, Francis King Carey School of Law.
Mr. Roby’s legal experiences are already numerous in his young career. He has had internships with Baltimore City Social Services, the City Law Department, and with the Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office, where he worked with then-Department Chief (and now Judge) Julie Glass’ F.I.V.E. unit
In his third year of law school, Brandon had a Judicial Internship as an Asper Fellow with Judge Sherrie Bailey. He also participated in the Carey School of Law Consumer Protection Clinic, where he worked with several Baltimore City high schools, including his work with Patterson High School and the production of their Consumer Law Project, the “Ballin’ on a Budget” video (which can be found at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ao030gGX9oM&feature=em-upload_owner). Upon graduating, Brandon was offered a Judicial Clerkship with Judge Bailey, where he is starting his second term and welcomes his former supervisor, Judge Julie Glass, as a chamber-mate.
With his interest in traveling, Brandon has been to at least 25 states and 10 other countries and territories, including Puerto Rico, Belize, Mexico, Canada, Honduras, St. Marteen, St. Thomas, Costa Rica, Israel, and Jamaica. Cooking is also a passion; his specialties include Cap’n Crunch French Toast, homemade three cheese macaroni and cheese, gooey butter cake (a St. Louis tradition), and chicken and waffles, which he made for the moms of his chambers at Mother’s Day.
Brandon really enjoys working for Judge Bailey and believes his understanding of law and the legal system has blossomed under her tutelage. He looks forward to where the experience will take his career, and the new and exciting challenges that are bound to come his way!