SALT LAKE CITY May 3, 2016 — Attorney General Sean Reyes released the following statement today:
“Congratulations to John Bradley for his election to the Utah Bar Commission. In his twenty years of service with the Office of the Attorney General, he has been a dedicated public servant, spending a substantial amount of time in court in Weber and Davis Counties. In addition to his public service, John has also been a past president of the Weber County Bar, a small claims judge, and served for 14 years as member of the South Ogden City Council. I am confident the Utah Bar will be well served during his term as a bar commissioner.”
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- Bradley worked in private practice in Ogden for about six years before joining the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) in 1995.
- He has been with the OAG in Child & Family Support Division for 21 years and the Child & Family Support Northern Section Director for 9 years.
- He is a Past President of the Weber County Bar Association (1997-98) and a former Small Claims Judge Pro Tem, Second District Court.
- Prior to election to Bar Commission, Bradley served for several years on the USB Character & Fitness Committee as the Committee’s de facto child support specialist.
- In addition to his legal work, John is a successful entrepreneur, owning and operating a party supply store with his wife, Pat, in Clearfield.
- Bradley served 14 years on the South Ogden City Council, has volunteered extensively with youth, including Youth City Council and Boy Scouts of America and provided two years of overseas religious service for his faith in Japan.
- He and his wife, Pat, are the proud parents of five children (four sons and a daughter) and are soon-to-be first-time grandparents.