Brent Marshall

Law Clerk

Brent was born in DeLand, Florida. Brent graduated from the University of Central Florida with a Bachelor of Science degree, majoring in International Relations and Computer Science, with a minor in Cultural Anthropology.

Before coming to the Pumphrey Law Firm, Brent had experience as an Office Manager at a law firm in Orlando, FL, as well as several other managerial positions. He is currently the Law Clerk for the Pumphrey Law Firm.

Brent is currently attending Florida State University College of Law. He is a member of the Law Review, the Mock Trial team, the Administrative Editor for the Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law, a Student Ambassador, as well as the President of Aviation and Space Law.

In his free time, Brent is an avid runner, swimmer, and biker. His community service ventures include being a Recipient of Bonner Scholarship for Community Service, Founder of the Student Coalition to End Homelessness at Stetson University, the Founder of the Circle K International Service Organization at Stetson University, and Brent is an Eagle Scout.



The Need for a Mandatory Comparative Proportionality Review for Death Sentences in the Face of Shifting International Norms, 5 Indon. J. Int’l & Comp. L. (forthcoming 2018)

From Land or From Air: Why A Unified Energy Resource Scheme is Necessary When the Answer is Both, 8 Earth Jurisprudence & Envtl. Just. J. (forthcoming 2018)

Geoengineering: A Promising Weapon or an Unregulated Disaster in the Fight Against Climate Change?, 30 J. Land Use & Envtl. L. 138 (2018)