Brady, Kevin adjunct law faculty

Kevin Brady

Adjunct Law Faculty


Kevin Brady is an in-house lawyer at Intel Corporation, where he’s currently a product lawyer for Intel’s $30B+ client computing business. He was previously a member of Intel’s privacy and security legal team. Before Intel, Kevin was a lawyer at Munger, Tolles, and Olson in Los Angeles, focusing on litigation for large tech clients. He also clerked for Judge D. Brooks Smith, U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit, and served as a Volunteer Deputy City Attorney in Los Angeles, trying six cases to verdict.

Kevin received his JD from the University of Chicago and his BA and MS in economics from Utah State University.

Previous Courses:

Torts II: Economic Torts and Business Disputes - Fall 2023

Specialty Areas and Course Descriptions

Torts II: - Spring 2025