Kyle R. Brady

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Prior to joining Salmon, Ricchezza, Singer & Turchi LLP, Mr. Brady earned a Bachelor’s Degree in History from Stockton University in Galloway, New Jersey. Mr. Brady earned his Juris Doctorate from Widener University Delaware Law School in Wilmington, Delaware. While in law school, Mr. Brady served as the Articles Editor for Widener Law Review and authored two articles which were published by the law review. Mr. Brady also gave a presentation at the law review’s 2019 symposium/seminar, “The Cannabis Industry in the Tri-State Area,” concerning intellectual property principles and their application to the cannabis industry. During his final year in law school, Mr. Brady served as the Josiah Oliver Wolcott Fellow to the Honorable James T. Vaughn, Jr. of the Delaware Supreme Court. As a Wolcott Fellow, Mr. Brady performed legal research, prepared bench memoranda, and assisted in drafting and editing Delaware Supreme Court opinions. Mr. Brady’s practice encompasses all aspects of civil litigation with a focus in aviation and aerospace, commercial motor vehicle transportation, and products liability.

Bar Admissions

Pennsylvania, 2020


Widener University Delaware Law School, Wilmington, DE
J.D. magna cum laude – 2020
Activities: Widener Law Review – Articles Editor
Fellowship: Josiah Oliver Wolcott Fellow to the Honorable James T. Vaughn, Jr., Delaware Supreme Court

Stockton University, Galloway, NJ
B.A. magna cum laude – 2016
Major: Historical Studies
Minor: Business Administration
Thesis: “Beginning of a Merger: The Roots of Joint Political and Economic Interests in U.S. Foreign Policy

Honors and Awards

Golden Key International Honour Society
Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society
Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society
Certificate of Achievement in Torts II
George B. Lindsay Foundation Award for significant achievement in legal research and writing

Published Works

“Patent Pending?: Exploring the Patentability of New Cannabis Strains and the Legal Challenges It Presents,” Widener Law Review Volume 26, Issue 1
“The Path Less Traveled: Finding Clean Water Act Liability on the Basis of the Hydrological Connection Theory,” Widener Law Review Volume 26, Issue 2

Professional Associations and Memberships

American Bar Association, Member