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Mark Bradford is Elected to Two Elite Organizations


Mark Bradford was elected to be a member of the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers at the Academy’s recent meeting. He was also recently inducted as a Fellow of the International Society of Barristers.

The American Academy of Appellate Lawyers was founded in 1990 to recognize outstanding appellate lawyers and promote the improvement of appellate advocacy and the administration of the appellate courts. Academy membership is open only to a person who possesses a reputation of recognized distinction as an appellate lawyer. To be eligible for membership, a nominee’s practice must have focused substantially on appeals during at least the last 15 years. Academy membership is limited to 500 members in the United States. Membership in the Academy is by invitation only.  Mark is the ninth member from Minnesota.

The International Society of Barristers was created in 1965 and is dedicated to preserving trial by jury, the adversary system, and an independent judiciary. Its founders conceived the organization to bring together the best of the trial bar. Fellows of the Society are committed to the highest of ethical standards and civility in all their relationships. Membership in the Society is by invitation only.