Amy Bradley joined BrigliaHundley P.C. with a range of practice experience including personal injury, criminal defense and civil litigation. She has represented individuals and businesses in the state courts of every jurisdiction in Northern Virginia, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, the United States Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, the United States Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court. Amy's trial experience includes more than 100 bench and jury trials in criminal and civil matters.
Amy previously worked as an attorney for one of the country's largest insurance companies giving her unique and valuable insight into how to maximize recovery for injured persons. In this capacity, Amy learned how large insurance companies handle and evaluate claims from beginning to end.
Amy has represented individuals facing serious criminal charges including multiple felony charge drug distributions, sex offenses, embezzlement and murder. Amy was a member of the defense team that represented Alfredo Prieto in his third capital murder sentencing trial in Fairfax County Circuit Court.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Amy's first career path as a television journalist took her across the United States. The Wyoming native graduated from the University of Missouri's renowned School of Journalism with honors. While at Mizzou, she took on a variety of roles at including producing, reporting, anchoring, and even operating a live truck for KOMU-TV, the NBC affiliate in Columbia, Missouri. She landed her first job after graduation as the morning producer anchor at WGEM-TV in Quincy, Illinois. Amy's journey next took her to Fort Wayne, Indiana where she anchored the morning news for WISE-TV. Amy's final stop in the news business was WBRE-TV, where she worked as an investigative reporter. While in Pennsylvania, Amy appeared as a guest commentator for The Abrams Report on MSNBC. She was nominated for an Emmy for her reporting of the Hugo Selenski double-murder trial in 2007. Her opportunity to attend and report on several high-profile trials as a reporter propelled her return to school to pursue a second career path as a trial attorney.
An active member of the Fairfax Bar Association (FBA), Amy has served as co-chair of the General District Court Committee and as a member of the Pro Bono Committee. Amy previously served as a Board Member and Secretary of the Young Lawyers Section. She is also a member of the George Mason Chapter of the American Inns of Court. She regularly volunteers her time for various programs to benefit the community at large including: Wills for Heroes, Middle School Speaker, Devonshire Program, and Court Tour programs. She routinely assists victims of domestic abuse in obtaining protective orders against their abusers through Legal Services of Northern Virginia’s Attorney of the Day Program. Amy has also authored articles for the Fairfax Bar Journal and Docket Call. She enjoys mentoring high school students and new attorneys.
HONORS & RECOGNITION
Lawline - Selected as Top 20 Women Faculty of 2016, 2018
Super Lawyers - Rising Star – 2015-2019
Legal Services of Northern Virginia - Rule 6.1 Society
MEMBERSHIPS & COMMUNITY ACTIVITES
Fairfax Bar Association
General District Court Committee Co-Chair – 2015-2017
Young Lawyers Section Board Member, Secretary
Maryland State Bar Association
Wills for Heroes Volunteer
Middle School Speaker Volunteer
Devonshire Program Volunteer
Court Tour Program Volunteer – 2015
Alexandria Bar Association
Beat the Odds Mentor – 2011-2017
Prince William Bar Association
SERVE Shelter Volunteer – 2016-2019
Wills for Heroes Volunteer – 2015-2016
Legal Services of Northern Virginia
Attorney of the Day Program – Steering Committee and Volunteer – 2015-2017
George Mason American Inns of Court Member – 2015 -2019
Member, Run for Justice 5K Committee – 2010-2015
George Mason University School of Law
Third Year Law School Student Mentor
Volunteer Judge at mock trial and moot court competitions
Small firm networking events participant