Karen Bradley

Adjunct Professor of Law
Adjunct
School of Law

Profile

Karen Denise Bradley, an immigrant from the country of Belize in Central America, is one of the leading immigration attorneys in this region. She heads up her own firm, Bradley & Associates, and limits her practice to various aspects of immigration law and criminal defense of immigrants where the consequences of a plea or conviction can jeopardize the foreign national’s immigration status. Professor Bradley is fluent in English and Spanish and prides herself in providing a multilingual environment that can address all the needs of her clients. She also serves as honorary consul for Belize to the States of Ohio and Indiana.

After graduating from St. John’s College in Belize in 1982, Professor Bradley immigrated to New York, where she attended Fordham University and graduated in 1990 with a B.A. degree in social science. In 1991, she moved to Dayton, Ohio to attend law school at the University of Dayton where she graduated in 1994. After graduating from law school, she worked in the Montgomery County Public Defender’s office until 1996, when she started to build her immigration law practice.  

Courses Taught

LAW 6950 Law Clinic

Degrees

J.D., University of Dayton School of Law, 1994
B.A., Fordham University, 1990