Brad was born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where he and his wife, Brittany, now raise their three kids. He graduated from LSU with a degree in international trade and finance and began his career working for an industrial contractor, before pursuing his legal career. He graduated law school from LSU’s Paul M. Hebert Law Center, where he made the Chancellor’s List and earned the Chancellor’s Scholar Award.
Admitted to practice in every state and federal court in Louisiana, Brad’s legal background has provided him a diverse experience. He is a member of the Federal, Louisiana, and Baton Rouge bar associations, and previously served as Chair of the Baton Rouge Bar Association’s construction section. Prior to joining the Murphy Law Firm, he represented insurance companies, professionals, businesses, and public entities in various legal disputes in federal and state courts and in arbitrations administered by the American Arbitration Association.
Brad joined the Murphy Law Firm to use his experience to fight for real people suffering from real injuries. When he is not working on behalf of his clients, you will likely find him enjoying his family, friends, and good food.
Louisiana State University Law School – Juris Doctor degree and Graduate Diploma in Comparative Law
Louisiana State University – Bachelor of Science degree