Judges' Biographies: Fourth District Court Judges
JUDGE JAMES BRADY
Judge M. James Brady was appointed to the Fourth District Court in May 2010 by Gov. Gary Herbert. He serves Juab, Millard, Utah, and Wasatch counties. Judge Brady graduated from the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University in 1982. Prior to his appointment to the bench, Judge Brady was in private practice as a trial attorney with the firm of Bradford & Brady for 26 years. He served as a Deputy City Attorney for Provo (1982-1984) as City Attorney for Mapleton (1990-2003), and later served as on the Mapleton City Council (2005-2006) and as Mayor of Mapleton (2006-2007). He served on the Utah County Board of Adjustment for many years, and as chairman of the Board of Adjustment for a few of those years. He currently serves as judge in Juab and Millard counties, and also hears matters in specialty courts in Juab, Millard and Utah counties. 3/11
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