Brandon Rosty was born and raised in Casper, Wyoming. He attended Georgetown University in Washington D.C. for his undergraduate degree, majoring in Government and History. While in D.C., Brandon interned with every member of Wyoming’s congressional delegation and several national political committees and organizations. Before attending law school, Brandon clerked for a small law firm in Casper, learning the ropes of personal injury law.
Brandon graduated with honors from the University of Wyoming College of Law in Laramie, Wyoming. While in law school, Brandon was an extern for U.S. District Court Chief Judge Scott W. Skavdahl and a research assistant for Professor Stephen D. Easton, assisting with research and editing for his book, Attacking Adverse Experts. He also was an intern for the Albany County Attorney’s Office in Wyoming, and the 18th and 8th Judicial District Attorney’s Offices in Colorado, where he obtained extensive courtroom experience as first chair on several jury trials and hearings. Brandon also was a member of the University of Wyoming’s first ever champion team at the U.S. Rocky Mountain Regional Philip C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition, representing the region at the World Championships where he ranked amongst the top 75 oralists out of thousands of competitors worldwide. As a student attorney for his school’s Prosecution Assistance Clinic, Brandon wrote an appellate brief and provided oral argument to the Wyoming Supreme Court on behalf of the Wyoming Attorney General’s Office for Kennison v. State of Wyoming, 2018 WY 46 (Wyo. 2018).
Brandon is admitted to the Colorado Bar and is currently in the process of seeking admission to the Wyoming Bar. He is also a Georgetown Alumni Admission Program Interviewer. Brandon resides with his wife Taylor, and their dog Thor in Aurora, Colorado.