Bradley commenced a criminal pupillage under the supervision of Craig MacGregor in September 2023. He is available to accept instructions from 4th March 2024.

Before starting pupillage, Bradley worked as a Crown Court clerk for over two years. In this role he gained experience in a courtroom setting, becoming familiar with criminal procedure and engaging with the various agencies within the criminal justice system. Prior to that, he held numerous litigation and legal assistant roles.

Bradley has volunteered with various organisations, including supporting individuals in the Social Security Tribunal, the Dementia Law Clinic and the Leeds Youth Justice Service. He therefore has experience advising clients and engaging with those who are vulnerable.

During his first six, Bradley has observed cases in the Crown Court and Magistrates’ Court. This includes trials, sentencing hearings, appeals and probation breaches, across a range of offences including (fatal and non-fatal) offences against the person and sexual offences. He has also observed cases in the Youth Court and is undertaking training in Youth Court Advocacy.



  • Inner Temple Outstanding Award 


  • (2020) Bar Professional Training Course/ Bar Practice (LL.M) – The University of Law, Leeds - Outstanding/Distinction

  • (2018) Healthcare Ethics & Law (LL.M) – The University of Manchester

  • (2015) Law LL.B (Hons) – The University of Manchester


  • The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple

  • The Criminal Bar Association

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Outside of work Bradley is a Manchester City season ticket holder and enjoys attending live music events. He has played in several live bands himself, as a trumpet player.

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