Caroline Bradley-Kenney is an associate in the firm’s Litigation Practice Group.
Prior to joining Bradley, Caroline clerked for Justice David M. Ishee of the Supreme Court of Mississippi and for the Hon. Anthony N. Lawrence III of the Mississippi Court of Appeals. She also worked as a summer judicial intern for Magistrate Judge James R. Klindt in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida.
Caroline received her J.D. (cum laude) from the University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law. During her time at UF Law, she served on the executive boards of The Florida Law Review and the Entertainment and Sports Law Society. She was awarded the Dean’s Leadership Award at graduation, and she earned a CALI award in Race, Crime, and the Law. She worked as a research assistant for UF Law Dean Emeritus Jon L. Mills, where she assisted in researching and drafting amicus briefs regarding the Equal Rights Amendment. She also served as a research assistant for Prof. Lee Ford Tritt, where she researched business trusts and edited law review articles.
Caroline also has a B.A. (summa cum laude) in English from the University of Southern Mississippi. While at USM, Caroline served as Student Government Association president and was named to the University of Southern Mississippi Hall of Fame. Caroline received first place at the Undergraduate Research Symposium in the category of Race and Ethnicity. She was also a member of the USM Honors College and published a thesis related to disability studies.