Juris Doctor, Entertainment Law Review, Loyola Law School
BS, Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University
Brad has been actively supporting and involved with ECS since 2012, and in July 2013 was voted onto the ECS Board of Directors. He brings with him a passion for developing educational landscapes conducive to student growth, which facilitate success both on the collegiate level and in the modern work environment.
After graduating from Cornell University in 1997, Brad left his East Coast roots behind and moved to Los Angeles with friends. He spent several years enjoying life while working casual jobs, before committing to law school. Brad graduated from Loyola Law School of Los Angeles in 2002, passed the California Bar, and now has more than 10 years of legal experience under his belt. Brad’s career started at a boutique litigation firm in Sherman Oaks, and then shifted to a California-based “big” firm in downtown Los Angeles. In 2008 he left the traditional law firm environment to open his own office. Brad has been an advocate for local residents and businesses, both large and small, ever since.
Outside of the work environment, Brad is an avid surfer, scuba diver and sailor. Brad lives with his wife and newborn son in Hancock Park, and enjoys taking advantage of the many dining and cultural activities available around Los Angeles.