Orla Brady is an attorney in the New York office of Kreindler & Kreindler LLP, a leading law firm representing personal injury and wrongful death victims and their families from the U.S. and the world.
A native of Nashville, Brady received a bachelor’s degree from Northern Illinois University, a JD from New England School of Law in Boston, and an LL.M. degree from Trinity College Dublin in 2003.
Brady joined Kreindler & Kreindler in 2007. She has lectured on various aviation litigation related issues across the country. Both of Brady’s parents were born in Co. Kilkenny. She lived in Ireland for a year when she studied at Trinity College, and she has visited the country at least once a year since she was seven years old.
Brady is a member of the Irish Network-New York City (IN-NYC), and is a former member of the board of directors of the Young Irish Fellowship Club of Chicago. “I am enormously proud of my Irish heritage. The Irish are well known to be charming, have a sharp wit and the ability to tell a good story. I also believe they are culturally unmatched,” Brady says.
“For such a small island, Irish writers have made a disproportionally large number of serious contributions to world literature. The profound and important contributions the Irish have made and continue to make to world culture makes me proud to call myself Irish.”
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