Brogan S. Chubb Associate

Brogan represents clients in complex litigation involving medical devices and exposure allegations. Brogan primarily represents clients in product liability disputes in state and federal court. He works closely with clients throughout all stages of litigation, including drafting motions and pleadings, completing discovery, taking and defending depositions, and settlement negotiations. He also has an active pro bono practice involving landlord-tenant disputes and no-fault divorces.

Before joining McGuireWoods, Brogan was an extern for the Honorable Judge Roderick C. Young in the Eastern District of Virginia and a research assistant for Professor Paul Marcus at William and Mary Law School. Building on his work with Judge Young and Professor Marcus, Brogan strives to provide clients with excellent representation on complex legal matters.

Brogan is a graduate of William & Mary Law School, where he served as Vice President and Committees Chair of the Black Law Students Association. During law school, Brogan received the Oliver Hill Scholarship Award presented to a student who demonstrates exceptional commitment to community service. He also received the Southern Christian Leadership Conference’s Dr. Perneller Chubb-Wilson Justice Award.  After a writing competition, Brogan became a staff member on the Journal of Race, Gender, and Social Justice (RGSJ).

  • William & Mary Law School, JD, Staff Member, Journal of Race, Gender and Social Justice, 2020
  • Old Dominion University, BS, double major, Criminal Justice and Sociology, summa cum laude, Golden Key International Honour Society, 2015

Member, Virginia State Bar

Member, Hill Tucker Bar Association

  • Moderator, "Infectious Disease Litigation: The Post-COVID-Landscape," Thomson Reuters, September 9, 2021
  • Virginia
  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia
  • U.S. District Court for the Western District of Virginia

Named to "Pro Bono Service Honor Roll," Virginia Access to Justice Commission, 2022

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