After graduating from Occidental College with a degree in history, Todd Bradley attended Northwestern School of Law at Lewis and Clark College.  He was admitted to the Oregon State Bar in 1977. A veteran of more than 100 civil jury trials, Todd has appeared in almost every state and federal court in Oregon during his twenty-five+ years of trial practice. Since joining Gaylord & Eyerman in 1993, he has focused exclusively in the areas of medical malpractice and products liability involving serious injury or death.  He was chosen by his peers to be included in “The Best Lawyers in America” in the area of personal injury litigation. Todd Bradley

In addition to being an active member of the The American Association for Justice and the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association, Todd has had a special interest in upholding the ethical standards of lawyers in Oregon. As chairperson of the Oregon State Bar Legal Ethics Committee, he helped draft dozens of written opinions to help lawyers avoid ethical problems in the daily practice of law. He is also a former chairperson of the Multnomah County Local Professional Responsibility Committee, which investigates complaints of unethical conduct and makes recommendations to the State Bar Board of Governors. He is past-chairperson of the State Disciplinary Board, which is a panel of lawyers who preside over the disciplinary hearings of lawyers accused of violating the Code of Professional Responsibility.  He currently serves on the executive committee of the Oregon State Bar Products Liability Section.

Todd is also involved with Trial Lawyers for Public Justice, an advocacy organization working to preserve fairness for individuals through public interest litigation.

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