Mary Christine Brady is an associate in the firm’s Trial Department. Ms. Brady’s practice involves a variety of business and civil litigation matters, including class action defense, consumer protection matters, business and intentional torts, business contract cases, cybersecurity and data privacy issues, construction defect and delay claims, and probate matters.
Before law school, Ms. Brady worked as a teacher in Madrid, Spain, and then worked as a bilingual editor at an international publishing house. In law school, Ms. Brady served as Executive Managing Editor of the Emory Law Journal. In addition, she worked as a judicial extern to the Honorable Judge Amy Totenberg, as a teaching assistant at Goizueta Business School, as a research assistant, and as a law clerk at the Federal Trade Commission.
Areas of Expertise:
- Commercial Litigation
- Contract Litigation
- Class Action Litigation
- Mary Christine Brady, Comment, Enforcing an Unenforceable Law: The National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Standard, 67 EMORY L.J. 771 (2018).