Michele Bradley has been with the University of Cincinnati College of Law since 2006, teaching legal analysis, research, writing, and advocacy. She also teaches the judicial externship class and is the College of Law liaison to the Potter Stewart American Inn of Court.
Professor Bradley is a 1993 graduate of the University of Cincinnati College of Law, where she served as an Articles Editor for the Law Review. While in law school she authored "The States Role in Regulating Food Labeling: The Effect of the Nutrition Labeling and Education Act of 1990," published in the Food and Drug Law Journal.
Upon graduating second in her class, she was named to the Order of the Coif.
After law school, Professor Bradley clerked for the Honorable David Nelson of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. She then worked as an associate for Frost Brown Todd, specializing in litigation and counseling in environmental and food and drug law.
In 1997, Professor Bradley relocated to Atlanta, Georgia, where she worked in private practice, providing counseling and litigation support to small businesses, local government entities, and individuals. She assisted clients on matters ranging from employment issues, intellectual property protection, and regulatory matters. She also taught Legal Research and Writing at John Marshall Law School. She returned to Cincinnati in 2006 to begin teaching at the College of Law.
Her educational background is unusual. A native of Livonia, Michigan, she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from Wayne State University and her Masters of Business Administration from Xavier University. Before attending law school, Professor Bradley was a Product Development Manager for The Procter & Gamble Company.