representing texas land owners

Eminent Domain, Agriculture, and Energy Law Advocates

Licensed in Texas and New Mexico, we offer experienced counsel, with a focus on defending the rights of property owners.


Philosophy & Difference

At the law offices of Brady and Hamilton, LLP, we provide comprehensive representation to individuals, families, and businesses. Our attorneys have appeared before state agencies and in courts across Texas and New Mexico, including the Texas Supreme Court.

Our founders, Zachary S. Brady and Brent Hamilton, have each earned Martindale-Hubbell's "AV" rating, the highest levels of professionalism and ethical standards, as rated by their peers. We are grateful to focus our practice on the representation of landowners and small business owners in matters involving eminent domain, agriculture, energy, and real estate.

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Eminent Domain

When your property rights are at stake, don't go it alone. The condemnor has buildings full of lawyers, landmen, and others looking after its interests. You need an experienced lawyer to level the playing field. We can help you fight back. The earlier you seek counsel, the better your chances of reaching a satisfying conclusion.

Oil & Gas
commercial litigation
administrative law

Experience You Can Trust

From property rights to water law disputes, you want lawyers with successful first chair experience on cases like yours. At Brady & Hamilton, we’ve spent years building our reputation. With us in your corner, you can be confident an experienced, battle-tested lawyer is fighting for your best interests.

Zach Brady

Zach Brady


Zach practices commercial litigation and agricultural law. He has handled over 200 eminent domain cases in his career and successfully argued an appeal as lead counsel before the Texas Supreme Court.

Brent Hamilton

Brent Hamilton


Brent has a civil litigation and energy practice. He has successfully served as lead trial counsel in cases cited by the State and Federal Courts of Appeal and the Texas Supreme Court.