Bradie R. Williams is part of a team of lawyers that advises clients in a wide range of areas, including white-collar investigations, securities litigation, and business and corporate disputes. In addition, Bradie maintains an active pro bono practice, volunteering as a Child Advocate through the Support Center for Child Advocates.
During law school, Bradie earned distinction as an Outstanding Pro Bono Scholar, having served as a volunteer with the Youth Advocacy Project, and having appeared on behalf of clients in immigration proceedings and the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas. He was also the president of the Penn Law First Generation Professionals, and a research assistant for Professor Louis S. Rulli.
Prior to law school, Bradie served in the Obama Administration at the US Department of Education.
University of Pennsylvania Law School, 2019, J.D.
University of Pennsylvania Law School, 2019, Certificate in Management
University of Wisconsin, Madison, 2011, B.A., Political Science
University of Wisconsin, Madison, 2011, B.A., International Studies
Awards and Affiliations
Recipient, Eve Biskind Klothen Public Interest Award, Philadelphia Bar Association (2019)