Brady Johnson was born in Baltimore, Maryland, before relocating to Brevard County at the age of 5 where he has resided ever since. Brady has been preparing to be a legal advocate his entire academic career; he graduated from Palm Bay High School’s Law Academy, and is an honors graduate of the University of Central Florida in Orlando where he obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Legal Studies. Brady then went on to obtain his Juris Doctor (J.D.) from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University’s College of Law where he graduated Cum Laude. While pursuing his J.D., Brady earned multiple dean’s list designations and obtained the book award for earning the highest grade in the Disaster Law seminar in which he wrote his upper-level paper examining the Federal Government’s authority to protect Federal property located within a State.
Prior to joining Lotane & Associates, P.A., Brady was a photographer and administrative assistant for Engel & Völkers, an international real estate company, where he used new technology to scan and create virtual 3D models of client homes.
Brady was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2021 and is a member in good standing. He currently practices debt collection and subrogation law in our Cocoa, Florida, office.