Introducing Cassidy Murphy
My staff is expanding, and I’m pleased to say my wife is one of those additions! She really brings lots of energy and organization to my firm. When you call or stop by, please be sure to warmly welcome her!
A native of Wyoming, Cassidy moved to Colorado to attend the University of Colorado, Boulder. She graduated from CU Boulder with a degree in International affairs. Cassidy delved into volunteer work early in Boulder by connecting with women’s clinics and teen counseling. She then became a clinic assistant trainer for a nationwide medical provider as well as a co-manager of a local medical clinic. Cassidy married Michael Brady in 1997. She went to law school at the Wyoming College of Law and graduated in 1999. (Mike and Cassidy learned the commute between Laramie, Wyoming and Boulder very well.)
Cassidy began her law career as a law clerk for a very busy District Court Judge in Jefferson County. She later moved to the Boulder District Attorney’s Office. As a Deputy District Attorney she specialized in domestic violence recidivism. In addition to a full trial docket and large case load, she was a trainer for all of the law enforcement agencies in Boulder County as well as Boulder Police Department’s Citizens’ Academy and women’s shelters throughout Boulder County.
After the DA’s Office Cassidy became General Counsel for Tartoosh Environmental. This local business is devoted to assisting Native American tribal communities identify their needs, resources and the business structures necessary to building sustainability and assisting project developers to identify tribal communities who may need their services. Tartoosh also helps project developers navigate Native American tribal law and important tribal community standards, traditions and needs.
Cassidy is a Board member of Peacemaker Institute. Through this local non-profit, she became a facilitator for peace circle groups in Auschwitz and Berkenau in Poland and Rwanda. Along with Peacemaker founder Fleet Maull, Mike and their Rwandan partners, she developed an international Bearing Witness Retreat in Kigali, Rwanda.
Cassidy is a local Rotary Club Member, participating in the World Community Service committee and a mentor for students in the Adelante program at Boulder High School. She’s been known to do some rattle snake wrangling for her neighbors, loves reading and photography and is devoted to Mike and their super sweet standard poodle, Mulder.