david-269x300David M. Brady was born and raised in San Francisco with an undergraduate degree in sociology with a minor in history. He also attended the University of San Francisco School of Law and graduated in 1976. He was admitted to the California Bar in December 1976. For a short time, he practiced with a general practice in San Francisco before joining the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office, where he was employed for six years. He then moved to Shasta County in 1981 to work for the Shasta County District Attorney’s Office. After approximately six years, he left the District Attorney’s Office and joined the firm of Hanna, Brophy, McLean, McAleer, and Jensen. While working for the law firm he became a partner and served as a partner for approximately 15 years. This firm specialized in workers’ compensation law. Upon retirement, he has teamed up with Dennis Cowan and now specializes in bankruptcy law.

Current Employment Position:
Partner

Areas of Practice
100% Bankruptcy, including reorganizations and workouts

More Admissions:
California, 1976
U.S. Court of Appeals Ninth Circuit, 1976
U.S. District Court Eastern District of California, 1976

Education:
University of San Francisco School of Law, California, 1976 – J.D.
University of San Francisco, California, 1971 – B.A. – Sociology (Minor: History)

Classes/Seminars Taught:
Workers’ Compensation Law, Lorman Education Services, 2000
Numerous seminars for clients and the Redding Chamber of Commerce
Criminal Law, Shasta College, 1985-1988

Professional Associations and Memberships:
American Bankruptcy Institute, 2007 – present member
Sacramento Bankruptcy Forum, 2007 – present
Lifetime Teaching Credential (Community College) Criminal Law
Certified Specialist in Workers’ Compensation Law, 1999 – 2007

Past Employment Positions:
San Francisco District Attorney’s Office, 1976 – 1981
Shasta County District Attorney’s Office, 1981 – 1987
Hanna Brophy, McLean, McAleer, Jensen, 1987 – 2007

Birth Information:
1946, San Francisco, Calif., United States of America

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