Throughout his entire career, Brad has been proud to represent “the little guy” in some of the highest-stakes cases.
A legal trailblazer, Brad is honored to be recognized as part of The American Lawyer's inaugural South Trailblazers and is a go-to thought leader and expert who has been featured in numerous national outlets including, ABC News, CNN, ESPN, New York Times, NPR, The American Lawyer, The Wall Street Journal and more.
A former Division I college football player, Brad is also a proud husband and a father of three.
As an active member of bar and community associations, Brad has served by appointment on committees for the American Association for Justice, as an alumni interviewer for Harvard University, and he sits on the National Leadership Council of the Concussion Legacy Foundation (formerly the Sports Legacy Institute), a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the study, treatment, and prevention of the effects of brain trauma in athletes and other at-risk groups.
Brad Sohn has been named to The American Lawyer’s 2021 inaugural list of South Trailblazers. South Trailblazers recognizes professionals in the Southern United States who are agents of change and have moved the needle in the legal industry.
An adjunct lecturer at Harvard Law School for Trial Advocacy, Brad has also lectured as part of the American Association for Justice, at Penn State University and for the Women of the NFL Conference.