Before becoming an attorney, Bradley grew up in a small community in southwest Iowa. He is a cum laude graduate from Iowa State University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. While at Iowa State, Bradley studied abroad in Swansea, Wales, was a member of the Senior Class Council and the Homecoming committees, and was a member of Tau Beta Pi, an engineering honor society. His class and design work included an electromechanical slip-ring design, a compact transmission, and a mechanical laptop charging system.
Bradley graduated magna cum laude from William Mitchell College of Law. At William Mitchell, he was a staff member on the Cybaris® Intellectual Property Law Review, publishing an article titled “An E-Discovery Model Order: Saving the Golden Goose of Patent Litigation One Golden Egg at a Time.”
In his free time Bradley enjoys an active lifestyle, including playing a variety of sports, hiking, and camping. Bradley also likes to tinker with gadgets and built his first computer. In addition, Bradley has an interest in motorcycles and recently returned from a 7,000 mile road trip across the western United States and Canada.