Brady J. O'Malley

Brady J. O'Malley

250 South Clinton Street
Suite 600
Syracuse, New York 13202
315-474-2911 (phone)
315-474-6015 (fax)
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  • Syracuse University College of Law, J.D., Magna Cum Laude, 2011
  • Adelphi University, B.A., Cum Laude, Business Administration, 2008

Admitted to Practice

  • Admitted to practice in all Courts of the State of New York and the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York


  • Onondaga County Bar Association
  • New York State Bar Association


Brady is a trial lawyer and appellate advocate.  His practice focuses on all areas of litigation including products liability, professional malpractice, premises liability, trucking and motor vehicle accidents, construction accidents, intentional torts, contract disputes, and labor employment litigation.

Brady has tried several cases to verdict with great success.  He was named to the Super Lawyers “Upstate Rising Stars” list in 2014 and 2015.  He has successfully argued hundreds of motions and appeals throughout New York State.  He has gained respect throughout the area as a highly aggressive advocate who will fight for the very best results for his clients.

Before joining the firm in 2011, Brady graduated magna cum lade from Syracuse University College of Law.  Upon graduation from the College of Law, he received the International Academy of Trial Lawyers award, which is awarded to the Best Overall Advocate in the College of Law’s graduating class.   As a member of the National Appellate Team, Brady won the Northeast Regional Championship as well as Best Brief at the New York City Bar Association National Moot Court Competition. Brady also won both of the College of Law’s intra-school moot court competitions: the Lionel O. Grossman Trial Competition, and the Mackenzie Hughes Appellate Advocacy Competition, where his team received Best Brief and he received Best Final Round Advocate. In addition, Brady served on the Executive Board of the Moot Court Honor Society and was a member of the Justinian Honor Society.  As a member of the Syracuse Journal of International Law & Commerce, his student note, “Graham v. Florida: and the Role of International Sources in the Supreme Court’s Eighth Amendment Jurisprudence”, was selected for publication in 2010.   




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