Julie M. Brady


Julie M. Brady joined the firm of Avery Dooley & Noone in December 2004, where she focuses on litigation. She has extensive trial experience, having successfully tried many jury cases in the Superior Courts throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as well as matters before the Massachusetts Land Court and the Massachusetts Probate and Family Court. She has also argued cases before the Massachusetts Court of Appeals.

Ms. Brady also specializes in employment matters. She represents clients in employment-related litigation before federal and state courts and administrative agencies, as well as in arbitration and mediation. She handles employment matters involving all phases of employment law, counseling, and dispute resolution. Ms. Brady also handles complex tort litigation involving:

  • Insurance matters
  • Consumer protection law
  • Premises liability
  • Product liability
  • Business litigation

Before becoming associated with Avery Dooley & Noone in 2004, Ms. Brady was a Senior Litigation Associate with the firm of Gillespie and Associates, in Lynnfield Massachusetts. She has been an active alumnus volunteer for Tufts University since her graduation, having served as a President of the Tufts Jumbo Club from 1996-1998 and as an elected member of the Tufts University Alumni Council (TUAA) since 1994.

Ms. Brady has served on the Council’s Executive Committee for several years, including as First Vice President from 2004 to 2006. She currently serves as the Tufts Alumni Council’s representative to the Board of Trustees’ Committee on University Advancement. Ms. Brady and her husband Brian reside in Belmont with their three children.

Bar Admissions

  • Massachusetts, 1995
  • United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts, 1996


  • Suffolk University Law School — J.D. 1995
  • Tufts University — B.A. 1989

Professional Associations & Memberships

  • Massachusetts Bar Association
  • Cambridge-Belmont Bar Association
  • Tufts Lawyers Association

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