The Honorable M. Jane Brady was appointed to the Superior Court in 2005.
Judge Brady served as Attorney General from 1995-2005, the first woman to serve as Attorney General of the State of Delaware. She graduated from Christiana High School, the University of Delaware and Villanova University School of Law. From 1977 until 1990, she served as a Deputy Attorney General in the Delaware Department of Justice, culminating with three years of service as Chief Prosecutor in Sussex County. Judge Brady entered private practice in 1990, where she remained until her election as Attorney General.
Judge Brady has served on the American Bar Association's Criminal Justice Section Council, the American Bar Association's Standards Task Force on Biological Evidence and the Advisory Committee of the American Bar Association's National Symposium on the American Jury System. She is a member of the Terry-Carey American Inn of Court.
She is also the founder of KINfolk, a nonprofit agency that provides free computers and Internet accounts to children facing long hospital stays, enabling them to keep in touch with family, friends and schoolwork.
Judge Brady's present term ends December 7, 2017.