Civil Rights Litigator and Regulatory Compliance Counsel
Sean Brady’s practice includes municipal law, legislative advisement, constitutional law, civil rights advocacy, self-defense civil rights litigation, firearm related regulatory compliance advice, and general civil-business litigation. Mr. Brady has worked on high-profile cases in most of these areas. The most recent was a challenge to three state laws regulating ammunition, which Mr. Brady and other attorneys for Michel & Associates, PC were successful in having struck down. Mr. Brady’s passion for firearms and protecting the liberties of people to own and use them – as well as protecting all civil liberties – brought him into these legal practice areas.
Prior to joining Michel & Associates, P.C., Mr. Brady worked in his family’s construction business. Over his many years in the construction industry he worked his way up from basic manual labor, to operating heavy earth-moving equipment, to being involved in every aspect of managing a construction project from planning and permitting through completion. Mr. Brady’s experience in the construction industry gives him an invaluable real life perspective in helping clients with construction and business related legal matters.
Mr. Brady received his bachelor’s degree in language studies in 2004 from the University of California at San Diego. Mr. Brady can read, write, and speak Spanish proficiently. He attended Western State College of Law, earning his J.D. in 2008. As President of the Western State chapter of the Federalist Society, Mr. Brady organized the First Annual Second Amendment Celebration, an event that continues to provide law school students, many of whom are first-time shooters, an opportunity to be introduced to the world of firearms.
Mr. Brady is a native of Long Beach, California. He attended the same high school as his parents and two of his grandparents. He is now a husband and parent himself. Mr. Brady is an avid surfer, fisherman, and diver. He enjoys target shooting, soccer, and spending time with family and friends to the tune of country and mariachi music. Mr. Brady has a voracious appetite for education and culture. And, as a young man, he worked in construction, warehouses, restaurants, catering services, and beach life guarding to finance his travels around the world – from Japan to Ireland to Costa Rica – as well as his university life. Mr. Brady brings this depth of real-world experience, along with his strong work ethic, to bear for his clients in every legal matter he is involved in.