Garrett L. Brodeur

Garrett L. Brodeur

Associate, Tax; Tax Controversy and Litigation


Garrett Brodeur advises clients on a variety of complex civil tax controversy and litigation issues. With experience representing large U.S. and multinational companies and high-networth individuals, Mr. Brodeur routinely assists clients in navigating the audit, administrative proceeding and litigation phases of matters. In recognition of his work in tax law, Mr. Brodeur was named one of Best Lawyers’ 2024 Ones To Watch in America.

He is an active member of the tax sections of the American Bar Association (ABA), the New York State Bar Association and the District of Columbia Bar, and routinely speaks as a panelist at ABA conferences and other organizations’ events on issues relating to tax controversy. Mr. Brodeur serves in a variety of capacities in the ABA’s Tax Section, including as chair of its Tax Practice & Technology Committee and a member of its Nominating Committee. He also was named a 2024-25 John S. Nolan Fellow and serves as a mentor for members of the Loretta Collins Argrett Diversity Fellowship program.

As part of his practice, Mr. Brodeur has worked on several pro bono matters, including drafting amici briefs for the U.S. Supreme Court, providing tax advice to community nonprofit organizations and serving as a volunteer attorney for unrepresented taxpayers before the U.S. Tax Court.



  • LL.M., Georgetown University Law Center, 2019 (with Distinction; Graduate Tax Scholar)
  • J.D., Duke Law School, 2017 (cum laude; Editor-in-Chief, Duke Journal of Comparative and International Law)
  • B.A., University of Houston, 2013 (summa cum laude)


  • New York
  • Texas
  • District of Columbia
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
  • U.S. Tax Court


  • Chair, Tax Practice & Technology Committee, American Bar Association Section of Taxation
  • John S. Nolan Fellowship, American Bar Association Section of Taxation (2024-25)


  • Law Clerk, Hon. Emin Toro, U.S. Tax Court (2019-21)
  • Law Clerk, Hon. David T. Thuma, U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Mexico (2017-18)

Garrett L. Brodeur

Associate, Tax; Tax Controversy and Litigation