Meet Brad Bradley S. Nicodemus, Esq.
Brad is the Mayor of the Village of Baltimore and an attorney at the Nicodemus Law Office, LPA. Brad grew up in Lancaster, graduating from Lancaster High School. He attended The Ohio State University, graduating as a Dean's List student with degrees in Economics (2004) and Political Science (2005). Brad attended Capital University Law School as an evening student and, after earning several awards including Dean's List recognition, he graduated a semester early, with a Juris Doctor with a Government Affairs concentration. Brad sat for the February 2010 Ohio Bar Exam and was admitted to the Ohio Bar in May 2010. Brad opened his law office in May 2010 and has been serving the legal needs of county residents since.
In addition to his private practice, Brad is the Assistant City Attorney in Whitehall, Ohio. In this capacity, he regularly handles contract matters, employment matters, environmental code enforcement matters, represents the City in civil matters, including eminent domain land appropriations, supervises City prosecutors in Franklin County Municipal Court, and prosecutes cases in both Mayor's Court and Municipal Court. Brad is also the Village Prosecutor for the Village of Thornville where he prosecutes all misdemeanor cases on behalf of the Village and is a Special Prosecutor for the City of Reynoldsburg.
Prior to staring his law practice, and while working towards his undergraduate and law degrees, Brad worked for The Ohio State University managing large transactional databases and developing e-commerce and student information system applications. As a staff member, Brad was appointed to several university committees where he chaired several subcommittees and was vice president and parliamentarian of a statewide university staff council. While at OSU, Brad met his wife, Martha. They married in 2004 and welcomed their first child, Hallie, in 2010. Brad spends time on the weekends at his Mother and Step-father's small cow farm mending fence, cutting trees, and helping with the cows.