We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
When you walk into Brian’s office, it feels a lot like you’re going to get advice from a lawyer who’s been a friend of yours for years. You know he knows his stuff, but you also know you can trust him enough to be completely open about what’s going on that has you looking for an attorney’s help. You don’t feel like you’re walking into a snake pit of suits and ties. He’s not sitting behind a big wooden desk in an oversized chair. He’s not speaking in a language you don’t understand. He’s Brian. And he’s a good attorney.
To him you’re not just another case file or dollar sign. In fact he values building client relationships, and prides himself on being a real, approachable person. He carries a strong business mindset in his approach to clients by always returning phone calls, keeping you updated, and being available when needed.
Brian’s a person you can trust, and a person who works hard to earn that trust. He wants Brady Law Firm to be a local, hometown general practice firm where clients go to first for help. So you don’t have to worry about him being an attorney who takes on more than he can handle. If your case isn’t in his wheelhouse, Brian will refer you out to the appropriate attorney he knows will serve your interests best.
Brian held positions for two separate legal treatises and published work in preeminent authorities on the areas of North Carolina real property and probate law.
In addition to his law degree, Brian holds an MBA, giving him an edge above others when it comes to business and corporate law. From helping clients begin businesses to assisting larger corporations, he handles basic startup legalities as well as annual filings, contract negotiations and non-competes. He placed an educational emphasis in intellectual property law; whereby he is able to take special interest in copyright, trademark establishment/infringement and trade secret protection cases.
Maybe what makes Brian such a down-to-earth North Carolina lawyer is that he hasn’t always been one. Before attending law school, he worked in the mortgage business for several years. He was responsible for managing individual loan processes and originating residential mortgage loans. Prior to that he spent time managing musicians including marketing, booking weekly venues and managing finances, while also performing around the Southeast. Perhaps more interesting is the years he spent making a living on the water. Obtaining a USCG Master Captain’s license at the age of 20, Brian operated passenger vessels in and around the Charleston harbor, as well as piloted private vessels to destinations all over the east coast — jobs that weren’t easy and taught him a strong sense of independence and responsibility for the safety of the many lives in his care.
Campbell University, Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law
M.B.A., cum laude
Campbell University, Lundy-Fetterman School of Business
B.S., Business Administration
College of Charleston, Charleston SC