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 role, he counsels members of the public policy practice on legislative, regulatory, and political proceedings on matters related to aviation, energy, infrastructure, maritime, and technology policies; including the development of weekly client newsletters on transportation and infrastructure issues.
In addition to his transportation policy work, Brody has years of experience navigating the congressional appropriations process, managing client goals to numerous successful outcomes.
Brody also manages the editorial team of the firm’s maritime policy group. His work has been featured in the Hill, National Law Review, and Law360, among others.
Brody’s previous work experience includes roles at McBee Strategic Consulting, as well as the Senate HELP Committee, and the Office of New Jersey Senator Cory Booker.
- “The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act of 2021 Is Now Law,” The Banking Law Journal, February 2022
- "Transportation interests move closer to historic investments," Reuters Legal News, 13 August 2021
- "Biden Competition Order May Shift Ocean Carriers' Course," Law360, 20 July 2021