Bradley has served in various roles, including Scout Master, with the Boy Scouts of America and Scouts Canada for nearly two decades. He loves the outdoors in general including camping, hunting and fishing, ice hockey, and four-wheeling and has recently begun pursuing a lifelong dream of raising, and training hunting hounds. Bradley attributes any success in his life to the love and support of his family, and especially his wife of more than 25 years. All of his children are remarkably talented vocalists and musicians. His oldest two sons are grown and are also serving in the Montana Army National Guard.
In 2013 Bradley graduated from the University of Montana School of Law before being admitted to practice in both Montana and North Dakota. During law school, he served as President of the U of M Military Law Society and Vice President of the Willamette Chapter of the J. Ruben Clark Law Society.
Family is Bradley’s passion and the foundation of his practice. He brings his extensive experience in collateral careers and building his own family to serve his clients and their families. Whether people are injured, on or off the job, enduring the loss of a job or a loved one, or navigating the dissolution of a marital relationship and co-parenting into the future, clients and their families are forced to confront often confusing legal issues; Bradley strives to explain the legal options available to his clients and risks and advantages in ways legal laymen can easily understand.
Montana State Bar, 2014
North Dakota, 2015 (inactive)
J.D. - University of Montana School of Law, 2013
M.A. 2015 (Public Administration)
B.S. 2011 (Communication)
A.S. 2002 (Construction Management)
A.A.S. 2001 (Building Construction)
American Bar Association
J. Reuben Clark Law Society, Vice President (Willamette Chapter)
Military Law Society, University of Montana, President
Montana Trial Lawyers Association
Montana Enlisted Association (Lifetime Member) (Former Board member)