Brandyn J. Rodgerson has a general civil litigation practice, with a particular focus on health law, professional negligence and discipline, employment law, and occupational health and safety matters. Brandyn has assisted on matters before all levels of court in Alberta, the Alberta Human Rights Commission, Employment Standards, and occupational health and safety regulators.
Brandyn has published numerous peer-reviewed journal articles, focusing on the interplay between ethics, the law, and human rights. He authored, "Ensuring Equal Access to the Canadian Health Care System: A Discussion of the Legal and Ethical Considerations for PrEP" (2018) 39 Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues 1 and was a co-author alongside Peter Sankoff & Sarah Denholm on the article "An Unfair and Costly Burden: Assessing the Impact of Section 794(2) of the Criminal Code on the Criminal Justice System" (2017) 42:2 Queen’s Law Journal 1. Brandyn also has been a reviewer for the peer-reviewed journal McGill Journal of Law and Health.
Brandyn continues to give back to his community, through organizations such as Start Proud and the Canadian Bar Association.