Jackson – Main Street
- University of Memphis, J.D., 2011 cum laude
- Middle Tennessee State University, B.B.A., 2008 summa cum laude
United States District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee
United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee
United States District Court for the Western District of Tennessee
Defense Research Institute
Tennessee Defense Lawyers Association
Tennessee Bar Association
Jackson-Madison County Bar Association
Honors and Distinctions
Defense Research Institute, Young Lawyers Liaison to Insurance Law Committee (2019–2020)
Tennessee Bar Association Leadership Law (TBALL) Class of 2018 Graduate
Judicial Law Clerk to Judge David R. Farmer of the Tennessee Court of Appeals, Western Section
Notes Editor, The University of Memphis Law Review
Cecil C. Humphreys Fellowship Recipient
Dean’s Award for Excellence in Legal Methods – Best Memorandum
Dean’s Award for Excellence in Legal Methods – Best Brief
Dean’s Distinguished Community Service Award – Platinum Level (100+ service hours)
Brandon Reedy is a Member at Rainey, Kizer, Reviere & Bell, PLC, in Jackson, Tennessee. Brandon’s practice focuses on insurance coverage disputes and defending insured persons and entities in all aspects of civil litigation with an emphasis in the areas of complex insurance coverage, first party insurance claims, professional liability, and premises liability. Brandon joined the Firm in 2013 after serving for two years as a law clerk to Judge David R. Farmer of the Tennessee Court of Appeals, Western Section. He is a member of the Firm’s Tort and Insurance Practice Group. Brandon is also an active member of the Defense Research Institute, the Tennessee Defense Lawyers Association, the Tennessee Bar Association, and the Jackson-Madison County Bar Association.
Brandon hails from Murfreesboro, Tennessee where he earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree, summa cum laude, from Middle Tennessee State University, before earning his law degree, cum laude, from the University of Memphis. While in law school, Brandon served on the Editorial Board of the Law Review, earned the Dean’s Award for Excellence in Legal Methods for writing the best legal memorandum and best appellate brief, and earned the Dean’s Distinguished Community Service Award for providing more than 100 hours of pro bono legal services to the community. During that time, Brandon served as a research assistant to Professor Robert C. Banks, Jr., where he was responsible for researching, editing, and updating the leading Tennessee Civil Procedure treatise, and also served as a graduate assistant to Professor David S. Romantz, where he assisted in writing a textbook on statutory construction, and state and federal legislation.
Brandon, his wife Courtney, and their two children, Grace and Wyatt, make their home in Jackson, Tennessee. Brandon is an avid hockey fan and outdoor enthusiast, and he enjoys coaching his children’s youth sports teams and tackling various DIY projects on the weekend.