Kandace Brackins is an Associate with Marks, O’Neill, O’Brien, Doherty & Kelly. She is admitted to practice in New Jersey and the District of Columbia.

Kandace graduated magna cum laude from Oakwood University in 2009, with a Bachelor of Arts in Pre-law / Political Science and a minor in Psychology. Upon graduation, she attended the University of Dayton School of law. During law school, Kandace received a Pro Bono award for outstanding volunteer service and was involved in the Black Law Student Association and Child Welfare Association. Kandace also interned for the Honorable Anthony Capizzi in the Montgomery County Common Pleas Court, Juvenile Division, and the Honorable Alice O. McCollum in the Montgomery County Common Pleas Court, Probate Division.

Prior to joining Mark’s O’Neill, Kandace focused her skills working with various legal service companies on internal employee investigations and litigation matters for pharmaceutical and big tech companies. Kandace has also worked in a boutique family law firm where she assisted clients with complex family law matters and drafted motions and memorandums on behalf of the firm partners.

Additionally, Kandace is proud to have served as a military police sergeant in the U.S. Army Reserve. Kandace’s military service has honed her inclusive leadership and team building skills as well as her ability to multitask and perform well under high-pressure situations.

Since joining Marks O’Neill, Kandace has focused her practice on casualty, employment, and professional liability matters.

Outside of work, Kandace enjoys volunteering, exercising, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.

Kandace R. Brackins

Phone 856-406-1325
Email KBrackins@moodklaw.com

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  • J.D., University of Dayton School of Law, 2012
  • B.A., Oakwood University, magna cum laude, 2009

Bar Admissions

  • New Jersey
  • District of Columbia

Bar Associations

Practice Areas

  • Casualty Group
  • Employment Law, Municipal & Public Entity
  • Professional Liability

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