Braden Rose is practicing with HSSM’s Civil Litigation and Construction Law groups. Braden attended Washington and Lee University School of Law where he earned his JD and worked in his school’s pro-bono clinic, the Community Legal Practice Center. While in the clinic, he led a three-day jury trial where he represented an indigent defendant, argued motions, cross-examined witnesses, and delivered opening and closing arguments. Since law school, Braden has gained experience in civil litigation, workers’ compensation, and trial practice. Prior to attending law school, Braden graduated from North Carolina State University, where he majored Political Science and lived as an American student ambassador among exchange students in the global village.
Braden grew up in the Lake Norman, North Carolina. Outside of work he enjoys traveling, practicing flow arts, and spending time with his friends, family, and beautiful fiancée Eliza.
- Washington and Lee University School of Law, J.D., 2021
- North Carolina State University, B.A., 2018