Brody Garland is a government affairs analyst in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office, where he advises clients on transportation, infrastructure, and maritime policy issues. In his current capacity, he counsels over 30 partners, associates, and policy practice professionals on legislative, regulatory, and political proceedings on matters related to aviation, energy, infrastructure, maritime, and technology policies. He works closely on the congressional appropriations process, and manages the editorial team of the firm’s maritime policy practice. His work has been featured in the Hill, National Law Review, and Law360, among others. Before joining the firm, Garland worked at McBee Strategic Consulting, where he focused on transportation and technology issues. Prior to that, he worked on transportation, consumer protection, and education policy issues with the Senate HELP Committee and the Office of New Jersey Senator Cory Booker.