George Mason University School of Law
Brandy Wagstaff, a 2009 magna cum laude graduate
of George Mason University School of Law, joined the Mason Law
faculty in the fall of 2009. She regularly teaches Appellate Writing
(LRWA III), Legislative & Regulatory Drafting (LRWA IV), Civil
Rights Prosecutions, Appellate Advocacy, and Disability Law. Ms.
Wagstaff was hired as an Attorney with the federal government in 2010
after completing a clerkship on the U.S. District Court for the
District of Columbia. Ms. Wagstaff is currently serving as an
Attorney with the federal government, where she focuses on
anti-human trafficking initiatives. Prior to that, Ms. Wagstaff
served as an Attorney with the federal government working on
disability law issues.
While attending Mason Law, Ms. Wagstaff also served as a writing fellow, was Editor-in-Chief for the George Mason Civil Rights Law Journal, worked as a research assistant for two Mason Law professors, and was heavily involved in Moot Court. Ms. Wagstaff received her undergraduate degree, summa cum laude, from the University of West Los Angeles in 1998.