An experienced litigator in immigration courts, Bradley is well-known in the community as a passionate and persistent advocate for immigrants' rights. Whether in court or in the office, he is keenly aware of the challenges faced by immigrants and patiently helps them find solutions to their complex cases. While often daunting and confusing, these obstacles can usually be overcome. The two most frequent questions Bradley is asked are: “How do I become legal?” and “What can I do to avoid deportation?” After meeting with new clients for the first time, Brad offers a realistic and comprehensive perspective on these questions. His deep empathy helps him communicate with clients in a way that diminishes anxiety and inspires confidence.
In 2016 he was a named a Super Lawyer. His expertise has also led National Public Radio, WUOM, to count on him as an authority on recent changes in immigration law.
Bradley was born in South Africa and immigrated to the United States when he was 5 years old. He arrived in the U.S. with his parents on the QE2 (Queen Elizabeth II) boat from the UK and distinctly remembers being very self-conscious about his British accent -- so much so that he refused to go to any birthday party with his classmates until he “kicked” his accent. He incessantly watched Sesame Street and practiced, out-loud and in front of the television, how to speak “American” English. It was only when he was able to speak proper “American” that he felt comfortable. Bradley also remembers telling his classmates that he was born in South Africa, to which they asked if he was black — a question Bradley later posed to his parents, wondering if, in fact, he was "African-American."
For the past decade, Bradley has worked with people from every continent, facing myriad challenges. He works tirelessly to hold families together and to reunify those who have been separated. He also specializes in assisting individuals facing detention and deportation and those immigrants who may have committed crimes while in the United States.
WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY, DETROIT
Juris Doctor, 2006
TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY, ISRAEL
B.A., Modern Middle Eastern History, 1997
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, SEATTLE
B.A., International Relations, 1994
Activities & Affiliations
- Michigan Bar Association, Member
- American Immigration Lawyers Association
- English, French
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Office: 248-522-9500
- Fax: 248-522-9455
- Cell: 734-355-5870