About Us

The law offices of Ralph A. Bradley, P.C., began in 1980 as the law firm of Bradley & Gordon, P.C. Mr. Bradley has operated the law firm in his name only when his partner left the firm in 1989 to work at the University of Oregon School of Law as an Associate Dean.

Ralph Bradley obtained his Bachelor’s Degree from Oregon State University in 1969. He received a Master’s Degree from the University of Oregon in Special Education in 1972 and a Master’s Degree from the University of Oregon in Educational Psychology in 1973.

He worked as a Research/Educational Psychologist for one year at the University of Oregon and for three years at the City University of New York.

Mr. Bradley attended law school at the University of Oregon School of Law in 1977 and graduated early, in December of 1979. He passed the Oregon State Bar Examination in February of 1980 and became an Oregon attorney in April of 1980.

From 1989 to the present, Mr. Bradley has operated his own law firm specializing in personal injury, auto accidents, divorce and child custody, and environmental law. Some of Mr. Bradley’s former environmental clients included the Portland Audubon Society and a branch of the Sierra Club in California.

Mr. Bradley has three children: Clara, Emma and Anna. Clara is a graduate student at Northwestern in Chicago studying psychology. Emma just graduated from Kenyon College and is volunteering in an orphanage in Ghana. Anna is a senior at South Eugene High School.

Mr. Bradley has been a KidSports soccer and basketball coach for all of his children. He coached his middle daughter’s soccer team to a third place finish at the National Indoor Soccer Championships in Kansas.

Mr. Bradley has successfully represented Oregonians for the past 28 years. He has represented moms, dads, grandparents, siblings, and family friends in child custody cases, parenting time cases, and child support cases. He has represented injured children and adults all over Oregon. He is licensed to practice in all state courts in Oregon, as well as the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. He is one of a small group of attorneys licensed to practice before the United States Supreme Court.

In 1982, Mr. Bradley was one of a group of eight people who started the Eugene Community Mediation Board. Along with several others, Mr. Bradley trained the first 50 mediators who worked in that program. He maintains a vital interest in mediation as a healthy way for resolving disputes.

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