Born and raised outside Albany, NY, Brennan is a Double Domer who graduated from Notre Dame with a B.A. in political science and theology in 2020. His senior thesis “Hesburgh between Two Worlds: The Idea of a Catholic University at Notre Dame” won the 2020 Paul Bartholomew Prize for best senior thesis in political theory at Notre Dame. During his 1L summer, Brennan worked in Wichita, Kansas at the Sedgwick County Courthouse writing draft orders and advisory memoranda for state court judges. During his 2L summer, Brennan worked for the district attorney’s office in Arapahoe County, Colorado, where he dealt with traffic court matters, motions hearing, and DUI trials. Brennan loves hiking, going on long runs, reading, watching and talking about sports (especially baseball), and working at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart at Notre Dame.