“I chose Bradley because of its reputation for excellence and its commitment to developing attorneys. At Bradley, I work alongside, and learn from, talented attorneys who are among the best at what they do anywhere. Being a lateral hire—who spent six years in the public sector and in a different practice area—the priority Bradley places on investing in the success of its attorneys has been invaluable to me.”
Justin K. Brown


Working Mother Award
Bradley is pleased to have been named one of the “50 Best Law Firms for Women” by Working Mother magazine and Flex-Time Lawyers. Honorees are selected for maintaining family-friendly policies, talent cultivation, business development initiatives, and best practices that retain women by advancing them into the leadership pipeline.

Working Mother Media, an organization dedicated to serving as a champion of culture change, and the international consulting firm Flex-Time Lawyers co-founded the “50 Best Law Firms for Women” initiative in 2007 to celebrate the law firms that are most successful in retaining and promoting female attorneys.

Working Mothers 2016

Best Places to Work

Many of Bradley’s offices have been recognized as some of the best places to work in numerous publications over the years, including:

  • The Birmingham office has been honored since 2013 by the Birmingham Business Journal as one of the best places to work based on workplace culture, trust in leadership, and retention risk.

Birmingham Business Journal 2018 Best Places to Work Award Badge

  • The Jackson office won 1st place in the Mississippi Business Journal’s 2017 “Best Places to Work” for fostering a work environment that is challenging, rewarding and positive.
  • The Nashville office was named one of the top workplaces for 2017 by The Tennessean, the third time the office has been recognized on this list.
  • The Charlotte office was named to the “Best Places to Work” list by the Charlotte Business Journal for its commitment to culture, core values, benefit packages, policies, and other perks that keep workers happy, healthy, and engaged.