Brady N. Herman
Brady Herman received his B.A. degree from Elon University and his J.D. degree from Campbell University School of Law. While in law school, he concentrated his studies in litigation. He was also a named contributor to Navigating the First Year of Law School, a
nationally-distributed book published by Carolina Academic Press.
Mr. Herman currently serves as the Town Attorney for Vass and provides general counsel services for the Town of Carthage. His practice is devoted to assisting private clients obtain zoning and land use entitlements and advising local government clients in a wide range of areas, including zoning and planning matters, code enforcement, quasi-judicial functions, ordinance drafting and interpretation, police and fire functions, storm water and other public-utility matters, employment matters, and contract and other transactional matters for local governments. Mr. Herman also provides legal research and litigation representation and support for cases litigated by the firm. This includes counsel and representation in negotiation and mediation, administrative matters, quasi-judicial proceedings, trial proceedings, and appellate cases brought on behalf of the local governments represented by the firm in the North Carolina and federal courts.
Brady is a contributing author to the regular updates for North Carolina Civil Trial Practice—With Application of the N.C. Rules of Evidence—which is North Carolina’s leading trial-practice treatise published by Juris Publishing Company. He is admitted to practice in all North Carolina courts.