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Our Legal Team

Meet Brady's Legal Lineup

Using our courts to fight America’s gun violence epidemic requires a deep knowledge of the issue, the ability to map a path through unparalleled protections brokered solely for the gun industry, and most of all, an unfailing passion for justice. Meet the Brady Legal team.

Jonathan Lowy

Chief Counsel & Vice President, Legal

Jonathan E. Lowy is Chief Counsel and Vice President, Legal, at Brady, where for over 20 years he has represented victims of gun violence in lawsuits to reform dangerous gun industry practices and assisted governments and public officials in defense of reasonable gun laws. Named as one of the nation's 500 leading lawyers for 11 years running, Jon has litigated in over 40 states to reduce gun violence, including winning several landmark trial and appellate rulings, settlements, and verdicts. He is a graduate of Harvard College and the University of Virginia School of Law.

Erin Davis

Senior Counsel, Trial & Appellate Litigation

As a former public defender, civil practice attorney, and Obama appointee to the DOL, Erin Davis has more than a decade of experience as a trial attorney representing those injured. She uses her vast litigation experience to help victims of gun violence find justice against the gun industry for the devastation they cause their families and others.

Kelly Sampson

Senior Counsel and Director of Racial Justice

With experience in litigation, human capital consulting, and diversity and inclusion, Kelly amplifies Brady’s legal expertise by cultivating an effective pro bono attorney network, promoting Brady’s perspective in gun violence related cases, and addressing the gun industry’s disproportionate impact on communities of color.

Robert Cross

Counsel, Trial & Appellate Litigation

After graduating from Harvard College in 2011 and Harvard Law School in 2014, Robert worked in private law in New York City before returning to help Brady (he was a legal intern the summer of 2012!) by fighting and winning crucial legal battles that will curtail this nation’s gun violence epidemic.