Rob Bradley is Board Certified by The Florida Bar as an Expert in City, County and Local Government Law. He is also a Florida Senator representing District 7, which includes all of Alachua, Bradford and Clay counties.
Rob is a fourth generation Clay County native who graduated with a B.S. from the University of Florida in 1992 and a law degree from the University of Florida in 1996. He first earned significant trial experience working as a criminal prosecutor in Clay and Duval Counties. After moving to private practice, Rob continued his dedication to advocacy, handling insurance defense and other civil litigation cases. As managing partner of Kopelousos, Bradley & Garrison, P.A., Rob has focused his career on representing local municipalities and political subdivisions, having served as general counsel to the Town of Orange Park, the City of Keystone Heights and The Crossings Community Development District (Eagle Harbor). Rob has successfully represented community development districts around the state on a special engagement basis regarding ad valorem taxation issues.
With his extensive experience in government and municipal law, Rob also represents private businesses and individuals with a wide array of legal matters that require an intimate understanding of government regulation, financing, procurement and administration. Rob’s legal acumen and knowledge serve his clients and help them succeed.
Rob also dedicates himself to his community through public service. In addition to his current service in the Florida Senate, Rob has served on the Clay County Board of County Commissioners as its Vice-Chairman. Rob has also served on the Board of Trustees of the St. Johns River State College, the President of the Clay County Bar Assocation, the Chairman of the Board of Management of the YMCA Barco-Newton, the Board of Directors for Northeast Florida Community Hospice and the Board of Directors for Jacksonville Area Legal Aid.
Rob Bradley is Board Certified by The Florida Bar as an Expert in City, County and Local Government Law.
- Government and Municipal Law
- Real Property Disputes
- Land Use and Zoning
Phone: (904) 269-1111