Stuart Brady

Stuart Brady

  • Called in 2012

Regulatory & Disciplinary

Stuart has had excellent results in his professional disciplinary practice.  The bulk of Stuart’s experience has come from acting for teachers at their disciplinary tribunal – now the Teaching Regulation Agency.

Stuart has run an appeal in the High Court arising from a professional disciplinary matter.

Stuart also has experience of acting in General Medical Council matters.

As a former professional rugby player, Stuart would be happy to accept instructions in relation to sporting disciplinary matters.

Stuart is happy to advise and consider acting in professional disciplinary matters on a public access basis taking instructions directly from members of the public, where appropriate.

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Appointments & Memberships

Personal Injury Bar Association

Association of Regulatory and Disciplinary Lawyers

Employment Lawyers Association

Education & Qualifications

Bachelor of Law (LLB) – First Class – University of Law, London

Bar Professional Training Course – Very Competent – University of Law, London

Graduate Diploma in Law – Distinction – University of Law, London

Graduate Certificate in Procurement Law – University of Nottingham

Graduate Diploma in Economics – Birkbeck College – University of London

International Politics and Policy (BA) – First Class – University of Liverpool


Directory Quotes

Stuart is ranked as a ‘Leading Junior’ for Personal Injury by Legal 500.

‘Stuart is exceptionally committed and diligent. He leaves no stone unturned and goes the extra mile to address any gaps in a case.’ Legal 500, 2024

Personal Interests

Stuart was once a professional rugby player, he is now a recreational cricketer and cyclist.  Stuart stood for parliament at the 2019 general election and is a founder and Trustee of a charity providing support to young people in The Gambia, West Africa.