Brad graduated magna cum laude from New York University (2005) with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Communication Studies and a minor in Politics. While at NYU, Brad was a member of the NCAA golf team and was Captain of the NYU Ice Hockey team. Brad was a NYU Founder’s Day Scholar and he earned an NYU Student-Athlete Achievement Award. Brad received his Juris Doctorate from George Mason University School of Law, with a Concentration in Litigation Law (2010). Brad spent his last year of law school at Pepperdine University School of Law as a visiting law student, became licensed by the State Bar of California (2011), and gained experience handling personal injury matters.
In 2013, Brad moved to San Antonio to be closer to family and to further his legal career at the Bexar County District Attorney’s Office. After being admitted to the State Bar of Texas (2013), Brad began handling a variety of criminal matters in the Criminal Trial Division at the District Attorney's Office. Brad gained first chair jury trial experience in both misdemeanor and felony cases. As a prosecuting attorney, Brad tried and directly supervised more than twenty-five jury trials to verdict.
Brad is currently an associate with Curney, Farmer, House, Osuna & Jackson, P.C.
In his spare time, Brad enjoys golfing, fishing, and playing ice hockey.