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Angelina Bradley

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16466 Bernardo Center Dr, #260
San Diego, California 92128

Education

J.D., University of Colorado Law School, 2009

Master of Public Administration, University of Colorado School of Public Affairs, 2009

B.A., Psychology , Metropolitan State College of Denver, 2006

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice California
District of Columbia
Colorado
Legal Experience

In Balance Legal, San Diego, CA (August 2014 - Present)
Principal: Principal attorney of a boutique transactional firm representing working parents, entrepreneurs and digital content creators. Draft and negotiate a variety of agreements and disclaimers, including: social media contests; marketing deals; website terms-of-use, privacy policies, and affiliate agreements; content licensing; and business formation. Provide family law litigation support to area law firms on a contract basis.

Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center, Denver, CO (January 2018 – April 2018)
Legal Director: Supervised a direct legal services team of a staff attorney and 4 interns. Managed law enforcement, court, and community partnerships. Evaluated and reformed internal legal processes. Wrote and managed program budget and grant funding. Identified and lead strategic impact litigation cases. Provided legal training to community partners, lawyers, and law students.

Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking, Los Angeles, CA (July 2016 – January 2018)
Managing Attorney: Supervised a direct legal services team of 6 attorneys and 2 interns. Managed law enforcement, court, and community partnerships. Evaluated internal legal processes. Developed and grew in-kind service relationships. Managed program budget and grant funding. Provide legal training to community partners, lawyers, and law students.

Marjaree Mason Center, Fresno, CA (May 2015 - July 2016)
Domestic Violence Legal Aid Attorney: Represented victims of domestic violence. Prepared pleadings and memoranda of law; negotiated and drafted marital settlement contracts; represented clients at court. Advocated for clients with law enforcement and other agencies; and provided legal training to other staff and the community.

Littler Mendelson, PC, Fresno, CA (April 2015 - September 2015)
Research Attorney (Temporary): Researched and analyzed state and federal procedural and substantive legal issues in complex employment law defense litigation.

U.S. Navy, Judge Advocate General’s Corps (December 2009 - August 2014)

Legal Aid Program Office, Washington, D.C. (March 2014 - August 2014)
Policy Analyst: Subject matter expert on the Navy’s immigration and disability determination programs. Developed and delivered legal training to attorneys; drafted and updated agency directives; proposed legislative changes; and negotiated department-wide regulatory changes.

Board of Decorations and Medals, Washington, D.C. (August 2013 - March 2014)
Review Officer: Researched and provided administrative law recommendations for high-level military awards. Reviewed award nominations and conducted independent factual investigations, including witness interviews and review of public records. Responded to inquiries from advocacy organizations, media, and members of Congress.

Disability Determination Board, Washington, D.C. (August 2012 - August 2013)
Staff Attorney: Drafted and reviewed disability administrative decisions for medical and legal sufficiency; negotiated case settlements; interpreted statutes, case law, and regulations; drafted internal policy and regulations; proposed legislative changes; and provided legal and procedural advice to the administrative law judges.

Region Legal Service Office Southwest, San Diego, CA (December 2010 - August 2012)
General Counsel: Advised two regional military commands on administrative law, personnel, ethics, environmental law, and criminal justice matters. Reviewed contractor agreements. Managed a nineteen-person legal office with two branch locations. Prosecuted administrative hearings and served as Special Assistant United States Attorney.

Naval Legal Service Office Southwest, San Diego, CA (December 2009 - December 2010)
Legal Aid Attorney: Advised and represented Sailors, Marines, and their dependents in civil and military law issues. Opened and managed a four-person branch office serving the Naval Special Warfare community. Represented deployed Servicemembers in limited scope in state Superior Court.

Naval Legal Service Office Southwest, San Diego, CA (June 2010 - December 2010)
Defense Counsel: Represented Servicemembers before administrative separation boards. Assessed cases, examined witnesses and conducted legal research. Provided legal advice and written advocacy for administrative appeals and complaints of wrongs.

Judge Edward Bronfin, Denver, CO (January 2009 - June 2009)
Law Clerk (Internship): Drafted legal memoranda, judicial orders, and appellate opinions for a combined family law and criminal trial docket.

Other Professional Experience

US Navy Reserve, Denver, CO (November 2002 - October 2009)
Administrator: Managed a nine-person office. Trained all personnel on general military regulations, knowledge, and customs. Acted as liaison between officers and enlisted personnel. Completed performance evaluations, awards, career counseling, and promotion recommendations. Deployed twice onboard USS RONALD REAGAN (CVN-76).

AT&T Global Services, Denver, CO (March 1998 - February 2002)
Account Executive: Designed telecommunications solutions for Fortune 100 corporations. Negotiated and drafted major, worldwide sponsorship and marketing agreement with global, non-profit sporting organization.

Community Involvement

U.S. District Court Prisoner Civil Rights Panel, Fresno, CA (January 2015 - June 2016)
Civil Rights Trial Litigation Attorney: Pro bono trial representation of incarcerated litigants pursuing claims under the Federal Civil Rights Act, ranging from amended complaints to federal jury trial.

Colorado Appellate Pro Bono Program, Denver, CO (August 2012 - December 2014)
Appellate Litigation Attorney: Pro bono appellate representation in 4 cases for indigent Coloradoans in civil actions, from notice of appeal to submission of pleadings before the Colorado Court of Appeals and Colorado Supreme Court.

District of Columbia Public Schools, Chancellor’s Parents’ Cabinet (August 2012 - September 2014)
Board Member: Advocated for policies to assist and empower of military and low-income families.

Asian Pacific American Bar Association, Washington, D.C. (August 2013 - August 2014)
Chair, Working Parents Group: Coordinated networking and professional development opportunities for group membership, fundraised and recruited new members.

Court Annexed Mediation Program, Denver County Court (September 2008 - August 2009)
Mediator: Mediated disputes between litigants from the Small Claims and Collections dockets.

Colorado Bar Association, Diversity in the Legal Profession Committee (March 2008 - August 2009)
Pipeline Group Team Coordinator: Led a team of law students, attorneys, and judges in outreach to diverse high school and college students to encourage involvement in the legal profession.

Publications

Bradley, A. Z. (2013, November). Book Review: iPad in One Hour for Litigators. The Colorado Lawyer.

Formal Academic and Mcle Lectures

Bradley, A. Z., and Richard, S. (2017, August). Legal Remedies for Human Trafficking Victims for Pro Bono Attorneys. 8-hour MCLE presented at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP in Los Angeles, CA.

Bradley, A. Z. (2017, August). Legal Remedies for Human Trafficking Victims. Guest Lecture delivered to the International Human Rights Clinic at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law.

Bradley, A. Z. (2017, May). Introduction to Human Trafficking. 1-hour CEU delivered to the Department of the Navy’s Advanced Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Advocates Conference in San Diego, CA.

Bradley, A. Z., and Lerma, A. (2017, April). Legal Remedies for Human Trafficking Victims for Pro Bono Attorneys. 8-hour MCLE presented at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP in Los Angeles, CA.

Bradley, A. Z. (2016, December). Nuts and Bolts of Human Trafficking for Pro Bono Attorneys. 2-hour MCLE delivered to Asian Americans Advancing Justice in Los Angeles, CA.

Bradley, A. Z., Macaraeg, A., Patel, R. (2016, December). Emergency Legal Response for Survivors of Human Trafficking. 4-hour MCLE delivered to the Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking in Los Angeles, CA.

Bradley, A. Z. (2016, August). Legal Remedies for Human Trafficking Victims. Guest Lecture delivered to the International Human Rights Clinic at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law.

Bradley, A. Z. (2016, April). Project First Start: Pro Bono Representation for Victims of Domestic Violence. 1-hour MCLE delivered at the McCormick Barstow on behalf of Central California Legal Services, Fresno, CA.

Presentations and Panels

Bradley, A. Z., and Stone, J. (2018, June). How Can We Effect Systemic Change in Campus Sexual Assault Cases. Panelist at post-production talkback performance of “The Gray” by The Lady Parts Collective at the 2018 Hollywood Fringe Festival in Hollywood, CA.

Arens, A. and Bradley, A. Z. (2018, April). Colorado Victim Rights Act. Presentation delivered to The Family Tree in Wheat Ridge, CO.

Bradley, A. Z. and Tofte-Nestaval, E. (2018, January). Victim-Survivor Privacy and Technology. Presentation developed and delivered to the 17th Judicial District’s Sexual Assault Response Team in Brighton, CO.

Bradley, A. Z. (2017, November). Careers in Public Interest Law. Panelist at the 2017 National Asian Pacific American Bar Association Conference, in Washington, DC.

Bradley, A. Z. and McGee, K. I. (2017, June). Anti-Trafficking Pro Bono Opportunities: Criminal Vacatur. Webinar presentation delivered to the California Joint Pro Bono Program via GoToWebinar.

Bradley, A. Z. (2017, May). Human Trafficking and Senate Bill 270. Panelist at the San Diego Human Trafficking Collaborative Monthly Meeting in San Diego, CA.

Bradley, A. Z. and Patel, R. (2017, May). Criminal Victim-Witness Advocacy and Introduction to Human Trafficking . Webinar presentation delivered to the National Association of Victim Advocates via AdobeConnect.

Bradley, A. Z. (2017, March). Confidentiality and Privilege in Human Trafficking Cases. Presentation delivered to the Los Angeles County Regional Human Trafficking Task Force.

Bradley, A. Z. (2017, March). Intersectionality: Domestic Violence and Human Trafficking. Presentation developed and delivered to the Los Angeles County Regional Human Trafficking Task Force.

Bradley, A. Z. , Price, T., and Powell, S. (2017, March). Human Trafficking in Los Angeles. Panelist for 1-hour MCLE at the Los Angeles County Law Library in Los Angeles, CA.

Bradley, A. Z. (2017, March). Human Trafficking 101. Presentation delivered to the Los Angeles County Regional Human Trafficking Task Force.

Bradford, S., Bradley, A. Z., Dybwad, C., Rhoades, J., Santos, G., and Truong, A. (2017, March). Human Trafficking. Panelist at the 2017 Fidler Institute on Criminal Justice in Los Angeles, CA.

Bradley, A. Z. , Koh, J., and Marzouk, J. (2017, February). Alternative Forms of Immigration Relief for Immigrant Victims of Crime . Panelist for 1-hour MCLE at the Orange County Family Justice Center in Anaheim, CA.

Amato, G., Bradley, A. Z., and Robinson, E. (2017, February). Alternative Forms of Immigration Relief for Immigrant Victims of Crime . Panelist for 1-hour MCLE at the Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, CA.

Bradley, A. Z. , Estrada, J., and Gon Ochi, N. (2017, January). Legal and Policy Advocacy. Panelist at the Loyola Marymount University Human Trafficking Symposium in Los Angeles, CA.

Bradley, A. Z. (2016, October). Confidentiality and Privilege in Human Trafficking Cases. Presentation delivered to the Los Angeles County Regional Human Trafficking Task Force.

Bradley, A. Z. (2015, November). Clerkships & Government Jobs + Social Justice/Public Interest + Alternative Careers . Panelist at the 2015 National Asian Pacific American Bar Association Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Bradley, A. Z. and Bradley, G. K. (2015, October). The Intersection of Military and Civilian Law in the Domestic Violence Sphere . Presentation delivered to Region Legal Service Office Southwest’s Prosecution, Legal Aid, and In-House Counsel Departments, Lemoore, CA.

Bradley, A. Z. (2015, June). Practical Tips for Studying for (Multiple) Bar Exams. Webinar developed and live-streamed via GoToMeeting to the Military Spouse JD Network.

Bradley, A. Z. (2014, August). The Disability Evaluation System. Training developed and recorded for delivery via Blackboard Online learning platform to the U.S. Navy JAG Corps.

Kastroll, A. Z. (2010, April). Notarial Acts under 10 U.S.C. § 1044a. Training presented to Naval Legal Service Office Southwest Legal Aid Department, San Diego, CA.

Kastroll, A. Z. (2010, February). The Scope of Representation of Military Legal Assistance. Training presented to Naval Legal Service Office Southwest Legal Assistance Department, San Diego, CA

Kastroll, A. Z. (2009, May). The Myth of Meritocracy: Evaluating the Role of Box Credentials in Colorado Law Firm Hiring Practices . Thesis presented to the University of Colorado at Denver School of Public Affairs and the Colorado Campaign for Inclusive Excellence, Denver, CO.

Kastroll, A. Z. (2006, April). The effect of video games on gender role identity. Paper presented at the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association’s 76th Annual Conference, Park City, UT.

Kastroll, A. Z. (2006, April). The effect of crime type and gender on victim blame. Paper presented at the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association’s 76th Annual Conference, Park City, UT.

Kastroll, A. Z., Pasko, B. E., Rice, J. E. M., Lopez-Nunez, J., Chaffee, E. M., Cumming, J. M., Hahs, N., Barton, J., Corbman, C. B., Clinefelter, T. L., Green, L., Williams, R. R., Dickey, J. S., Oleson, J. C., Kalinowski, S. (2006, April). Differences in sympathy and altruism between domestic and foreign disasters . Paper presented at the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association’s 76 th Annual Conference, Park City, UT.

McDonald, J. J., Oliver, C. L., Rice, J. E. M., Hinton, P., Arrowsmith, K., Clinefelter, T., Kaiser, S. M., Schwepker, A., Cumming, J., Lopez-Nunez, J., Kastroll, A. Z., Pasko, B., Morrison, W., Lemos, R., Sestric, R., & DeCew, C. (2005, April). Effects of credibility and emotion on the creation of false memories . Paper presented at the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association’s 75 th Annual Conference, Phoenix, AZ.

Kastroll, A. Z. (2005, April). Making the case for moclobemide: A comparison of moclobemide and fluoxetine . Poster presented at the Ninth Annual Metropolitan State College of Denver Undergraduate Conference, Denver, CO.

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