FROM MARQUETTE LAW SCHOOL TO CHIEF OF STAFF OF THE U.S. HOUSE WAYS & MEANS COMMITTEE: Meet Brandon Casey (Law '09)
Join the Career Planning Center for a conversation with Marquette Law School graduate Brandon Casey (Law ’09), the Minority Chief of Staff of the U.S. House Ways & Means Committee, the principal tax-writing committee in the U.S. House of Representatives. Mr. Casey, who manages a staff of 20-24 (including 8-10 attorneys), helps Ranking Member Richard E. Neal design the U.S. House Democratic agenda regarding policy in numerous areas that significantly impact Americans, including international and domestic taxation, Social Security, Medicare, international trade, the U.S. National Debt, and oversight of the Internal Revenue Service. He also is responsible for all hiring for the Ways & Means Committee, including attorneys and student interns. Previously, he served as Legislative Director and Tax Counsel to Congressman Neal, where he coordinated and managed the representative’s legislative activities. Immediately prior to joining Rep. Neal’s staff, he served as Tax Counsel for Congresswoman Allyson Y. Schwartz (D-PA). Mr. Casey's undergraduate degree is from Marquette University, where he participated in the Les Aspin Center for Government.
In addition to sharing insight regarding his experiences, including his involvement with the current tax reform legislation and health care reform, Mr. Casey will share what he learned firsthand regarding effective job search tactics and strategies. He will also offer advice and insight for anyone who might be interested in getting a job with the Ways & Means Committee