"Without ever stepping on the House floor, Hugh Brady . . . had a larger impact on the 78th Legislature than many representatives did." ¹
Box 13132, Capitol Station
Austin, Texas 78711-3132
Telephone 512.473.0003
Telecopier 512.233.0970
All-Forum Representation.
Hugh Brady provides affirmative and defensive representation before courts, state agencies and state elected officials.

Tailoring Advice. A lot of lawyers
give the same advice to every client.
Hugh Brady gives practical, creative,
and responsive advice tailored to your specific needs.

Meeting Expectations. Delivering quality work, responding timely, and
finding creative solutions to difficult problems -- Hugh Brady's hallmark.

"As far as anyone
working in the
Legislature today,
he is without peer."²

—Texas Lawyer

Election Law &
Campaign Finance Law
Appellate Procedure
Administrative Law
Legal Malpractice &
Professional Licensing Defense
Legislative Procedure & Drafting
Copyright Law
Elected Officials & Candidates
Local Governments
Non-Profit Organizations
Professional Licensees
Small Businesses & Entrepreneurs
A solid practice helping get business done for clients.
Hugh Brady stresses sound knowledge of the law and solid relationships.
Cogent legal analysis, far-sighted strategic planning, and knowledgeable issue development are Hugh Brady's strong suits.
Hugh Brady's practical know-how and key experience helps him help clients tell their story in an understandable manner -- making it easy for decision makers to understand client needs and desired outcome.
Member of the State Bar of Texas and the Bar of the State of Vermont.
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¹Tex. Observer, July 4, 2003, at 13. ²Tex. Lawyer, June 13, 2005, at 1 (quoting Rep. Jim Dunnam). Not certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
Principal Office: Austin, Texas. Responsible Lawyer: Hugh L. Brady. All meetings are by appointment only.
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