Brady represents clients in product liability and business litigation.  

Before joining Shook, Brady worked on complex contract legal issues, with extensive experience representing clients in a variety of real estate matters. This included serving as general counsel for a commercial real estate entity and as co-counsel in litigation involving multimillion-dollar guarantor liability. 

Brady has extensive experience in both state and federal judicial chambers. He began his legal career as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Brian M. Hoffstadt of the California Court of Appeal, 2nd District. While in law school, Brady externed for the Honorable Nathanael Cousins in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.   

A proud double-Bruin, Brady earned both his bachelor’s degree in mathematics and his J.D. from UCLA. While in law school, he was also editor-in-chief of the UCLA Criminal Justice Law Review and published work concerning modern Fourth Amendment search jurisprudence.  

In his free time, Brady is passionate about training for and competing in the sport of triathlon. He is a former collegiate national champion and raced as a professional triathlete for several years before becoming an attorney. Brady was also head coach of the UCLA Triathlon Team, where he led the team to three consecutive Women’s Team USA Triathlon Collegiate National Titles. 


Revaluating the Threshold Question in the Wake of Carpenter and the Path of the Golden State Killer, California Lawyers Association Criminal Law Journal, Vol. 19, Issue 3, Summer 2019.