J. BRADFORD CURRIER
Associate
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J. BRADFORD CURRIER Associate

Brad Currier is an associate in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office.  His practice focuses on communications matters.

Prior to joining Kelley Drye, Brad served as an Assistant Division Chief in the Federal Communications Commission’s Enforcement Bureau, ensuring compliance with licensing, public safety, equipment certification/marketing, and open internet regulations.  Brad advised the Bureau on the impact of proposed regulations and policies impacting spectrum management and interference mitigation.  Brad previously served as Legal Advisor to the FCC Enforcement Bureau Chief on consumer protection and network security matters involving unauthorized operations, deceptive marketing, truth-in-billing, call spoofing, data security, disability access, and emergency communications.  Before joining the FCC, Brad held a public interest fellowship at the George Washington University Law School, assisting in litigation before federal agencies and Congress.  During law school, he interned with the Executive Office of the President, the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, and the District of Columbia City Council.

FCC Enforcement Bureau Chief’s Award in Excellence, 2016

J.B. and Maurice Shapiro Fellow of Public Interest Law, 2010

Federal Communications Bar Association

About

Brad Currier is an associate in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office.  His practice focuses on communications matters.

Prior to joining Kelley Drye, Brad served as an Assistant Division Chief in the Federal Communications Commission’s Enforcement Bureau, ensuring compliance with licensing, public safety, equipment certification/marketing, and open internet regulations.  Brad advised the Bureau on the impact of proposed regulations and policies impacting spectrum management and interference mitigation.  Brad previously served as Legal Advisor to the FCC Enforcement Bureau Chief on consumer protection and network security matters involving unauthorized operations, deceptive marketing, truth-in-billing, call spoofing, data security, disability access, and emergency communications.  Before joining the FCC, Brad held a public interest fellowship at the George Washington University Law School, assisting in litigation before federal agencies and Congress.  During law school, he interned with the Executive Office of the President, the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, and the District of Columbia City Council.

Honors

FCC Enforcement Bureau Chief’s Award in Excellence, 2016

J.B. and Maurice Shapiro Fellow of Public Interest Law, 2010

Memberships

Federal Communications Bar Association