A member of Jackson Spalding since 1997, Brian Brodrick established their Athens, Ga. office in 2004 and oversees all business operations there. He also provides leadership on many regional and national accounts and is an executive and management team member at Jackson Spalding. Before joining Jackson Spalding, Brian was a reporter for The Rome News-Tribune in North Georgia.
Brian was elected as a Watkinsville City Councilman in 2003, and served as the 2012 Chair of the Athens Area Chamber of Commerce. In addition to serving on the Eagle Ranch Board, Brian is a board member of the Athens Downtown Development Authority, a trustee of the University of Georgia’s Grady College, a board member for the Georgia Humanities Council and a member of the board of visitors for Berry College. In 2007 he was recognized by Georgia Trend as one of Georgia’s “40 under 40 Best and Brightest” citizens. In 2008, he was named as Berry’s Outstanding Young Alumnus and by the Athens Banner-Herald as one of the region’s rising business leaders, and was a member of the 2010 class of Leadership Georgia.
Brian resides in Watkinsville with his wife, Susan, and their children Phoebe, Aaron and Rebecca. On the weekends, he enjoys spending time outdoors, running, cycling or continuing his quest to decorate his yard with rare shrubs and unusual trees.