Keir Bradford-Grey is a partner in Montgomery McCracken’s Litigation Department. She concentrates her practice on white collar and government investigations and criminal defense, and also leads the firm’s Executive Leadership practice group.
As a trial and appellate attorney, Keir achieved record-breaking wins while defending high-profile clients at the state and federal levels. She has demonstrated creativity and success in finding equity win-wins for her clients. Utilizing the depth of experience she earned as an agency head, Keir works with executive leadership, HR teams, and in-house counsel to create legal strategies tailored to align with the vision for their companies. She helps clients develop proactive and constructive approaches that allows companies to improve employee relations and avoid costly litigation.
Prior to joining Montgomery McCracken, Keir was the Chief Defender of the Defender Association of Philadelphia. As the chief executive she led a staff of over 500 and managed an annual budget of $50 million. In her role, she not only led communities to be in strategic partnership with the justice system stakeholders, she bridged gaps between city and state elected officials to advance reforms in policing and spearheaded constructive alternatives for our system. She was also responsible for building community-government partnerships that sought to empower communities to be a part of the justice reform process. As a result of her work, there are nine community justice hubs in the city of Philadelphia that bring informed and practical options to our justice system practices.