February 1, 2019
Carson City, NV – Today, Nevada Attorney General Aaron D. Ford announced the appointment of Christine Brady as the Second Assistant Attorney General for the Office of the Nevada Attorney General.
In her role as Second Assistant Attorney General, Brady will serve as a top legal advisor to AG Ford regarding the pursuit of criminal and civil actions, along with the First Assistant Attorney General, Solicitor General and General Counsel. Brady will oversee several important functions of the office, including criminal prosecution and consumer protection.
“Christine joins our office with vast experience in public service, having served her community, State and country in diverse capacities,” said AG Ford. “Given her unique experience and expertise, we look forward to the contributions she will make to this office and to the people of Nevada.”
Brady’s career began in public service at the U.S. Government Accountability Office, advocating for low-income families and other vulnerable populations within the Economic Opportunity Board, and participating in several statewide boards and commissions, including the Advisory Commission for the Administration of Justice and the Attorney General’s Domestic Violence Council. At the onset of her legal career, Brady served as a legal clerk for the Honorable Patrick Flanagan, and later went on to practice law at the Washoe County Public Defender’s Office, where she worked for 10 years in areas including family court, misdemeanors and felonies.
Brady earned her law degree from the William S. Boyd School of Law at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and earned both a B.A. in political science and a M.A. in sociology from Stanford University, with an emphasis on political systems and organizational development. Brady raised her three sons and one daughter in Reno, and currently resides in Storey County.