Jack Bradley focuses his practice on wealth management and private client matters, including estate planning, administration and litigation. He understands the weight of this work to clients, their families and their legacies and approaches his work with a deep sense of responsibility and compassion.
Focused on tomorrow so clients can focus on today
During law school, Jack served as the chief executive editor for the Washington University Law Review, and was a judicial extern for the Honorable David W. Dugan, District Judge of the US District Court for the Southern District of Illinois. Jack also worked for the Washington University Low Income Taxpayer Clinic assisting individuals involved in disputes with the IRS. Upon graduation, Jack was awarded the Christophine G. Mutharika International Law Prize, Don Sommers Award in Professional Responsibility, and Dean's Service Award.