Bradley Regan Greenman (“Brad”) joined Tyler Law in 2022 as an Associate on the Litigation Team.
Prior to law school, Brad attended Boyce College, studying Philosophy and Theology and graduating summa cum lade in 2013. Brad obtained his Juris Doctor from Pepperdine Caruso School of Law in 2022. While a student at Pepperdine, Brad served as Editor-in-Chief of the Pepperdine Journal of Business, Entrepreneurship, and the Law. Brad was a member of various student organizations including the Pepperdine Moot Court Team, where he argued in multiple national competitions and finished as a quarterfinalist in the 2020, Arman Arabian Appellate Advocacy Tournament. During his law school career, Brad received the “CALI Award” for the highest grade in the class for American Legal History. Brad also earned the honor of being published as an author in the Pepperdine Journal of Business, Entrepreneurship, and the Law for his article examining and critiquing the regulation of alcohol in the small and medium sized business context.
During law school, Brad gained valuable legal experience by serving as a Judicial Extern for the Hon. Stephanie K. Bowman, United States Magistrate Judge. Brad also worked as an Intern for Christian Legal Aid of Los Angeles where he was awarded as the “Intern of the Year 2020.” Before law school Brad served as the Operations Director for a start up company where his passion for working with medium and small sized business owners began to grow. During his career before law school, Brad witnessed the impact entrepreneurs and businesses can have for good in the lives of their employees, customers, and communities. He feels privileged to now be able to advocate for businesses and the people which make them up in his legal career.
Brad’s most impressive accomplishment is marrying his high school sweetheart, Lauren. He is blessed to be a father to Harper and Silas. Brad enjoys discussing, creating, and consuming good food, good coffee, and good bourbon. He possesses an irrational love of University of Kentucky sports.
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