Bradford J. Brown Associate
Brad was born and raised in Helena, Montana. Following high school, he decided to try life in the Midwest by attending Valparaiso University in Indiana. While at Valparaiso University, Brad double majored in Political Science and Criminology. He also was lucky enough to spend the fall semester of his junior year in Washington D.C. as an intern with the Washington D.C. Corporate Counsel's Office. After four years in the Midwest, his heart begged him to return to Montana and upon graduating from Valparaiso, Brad began his legal studies at the University of Montana School of Law. While in law school, Brad was a second year staff member and third year managing editor of the Montana Law Review and also acted as one of the school's Junior Partners during his third year at the school. Brad graduated from the University of Montana School of Law in 2007 with honors and then moved to Bozeman where he began practicing with the firm. In his spare time, Brad enjoys spending time with his wife, Allison, watching and playing sports, and enjoying all that Montana has to offer.
- Montana - 2007
Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals - 2008
- Wyoming - 2010
- 2004 - B.A., Valparaiso University, Magna Cum Laude
- 2007 - J.D., University of Montana School of Law, with Honors
Awards and Honors
- Named 2010 Rising Star by Super Lawyers Magazine (Mountain States Edition)
Community and Professional Involvement
- Member of Gallatin Valley Football Officials Association, 2010-Present
- Primary focus on construction litigation, including defense of professional liability cases involving design professionals, defense and prosecution of various construction defect claims, and successful prosecution of multiple construction lien claims.
- State Bar of Montana
State Bar of Wyoming
American Bar Association
Gallatin County Bar Association
- Defense Research Institute (DRI)
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