Branden Moore joined Frascogna Entertainment Law in 2018, specializing in entertainment, intellectual property, and sports law. While helping clients currently with Frascogna Entertainment, Branden hopes to continue to grow his true passion of protecting entertainment streamers and help grow their businesses. Branden also works in the Frascogna IP division of Frascogna Law where his specialties in brand development, website development, and marketing are used to help clients.
Branden graduated from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in 2018. Branden was the director of the National Negotiation Team as well as a two year competitor on the National Mediation Team. He also served as the Class Representative for the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, and an Admissions Ambassador for the School.
Branden holds a Bachelors Degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from Samford University, where he also was a three year letter-winner and Co-Captain of the Samford Bulldogs football team. At Samford, Branden helped create RANSOM, a student-athlete driven Christian organization that has grown to over 3 universities across Alabama.
Branden worked for the Montgomery District Attorney’s Office in 2017, where he helped in the prosecution of charged parties from the discovery phase through to the trial process.
Branden worked for the University of Alabama at Birmingham Athletics Department in the Compliance Department for over a year while at Cumberland School of Law, focusing on protecting Student-Athletes and protecting the program from NCAA violations.
Branden worked with Clear Channel Radio in Birmingham, Alabama for over a year in the promotions department. While in this position, Branden learned the importance of marketing and proper promotion of a business to grow.
Branden served as one of the lead anchors on the Samford News Network weekly broadcast and created the Samford Sports Weekly radio program through Birmingham’s WAJH-FM 91.1 radio station.
Branden has a passion for animals, and volunteered frequently at the Birmingham Greyhound Rescue Center where retired racing greyhounds were rescued and put up for adoption.