About

Senator Rob Bradley currently represents Florida Senate District 7, which includes Alachua, Bradford and Clay Counties.

Rob Bradley is a former criminal prosecutor who is now the managing partner of the Orange Park law firm of Kopelousos and Bradley, P.A. He also currently serves on the board of directors for Northeast Florida Community Hospice, the board of directors for Jacksonville Area Legal Aid and received a gubernatorial appointment to the board of trustees of St. Johns River State College.

In 2007, Rob was appointed by the Governor to the Clay County Board of County Commissioners, where he spearheaded the largest property tax reduction in Clay County history and fought for more honest, accountable government by drafting the County’s first Ethics Code.  Shortly thereafter, Rob ran for and won the first-ever Clay County Commission Chairman position in 2008 with a record number of votes.  Rob’s extensive record of public service includes serving as chairman of the board of management of YMCA Barco-Newton, president of the Clay County Bar Association and a member of the Clay County Charter Review Commission.

Rob received his Juris Doctor and his Bachelor of Science in Telecommunication from the University of Florida (UF).  While attending UF, Rob met his wife of 17 years, Jennifer. They currently reside in Fleming Island, Fla., with their three children, where they attend the Orange Park United Methodist Church.

HIGHLIGHTS

 

– Florida Senator representing District 7, which includes all of Alachua, Bradford and Clay Counties.

–  Chairman of Senate Criminal and Civil Justice Appropriations.

–  Recently recognized as a champion for children by receiving the award of “Honorary Guardian ad Litem” by the Florida Guardian ad Litem Program.

–  Managing Partner, Kopelousos, Bradley & Garrison, P.A., a law firm in Orange Park.

–  Board Certified by the Florida Bar as an Expert in City, County and Local Government Law.

–  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.

–  Former Criminal Prosecutor in Clay and Duval Counties.

–  Extensive history of public service includes service on the Clay County Board of County Commissioners and service on the Board of Trustees for St. Johns River State College.

–  Married to Jennifer Bradley for 18 years.

–  Three children: Connor (17), Stephanie (15) and Caroline (12).