Attorney Laura Bradrick works primarily in the firm’s Real Estate Law Corporate Practice Groups.
She focuses the majority of her practice on representing clients in commercial real estate matters and corporate matters, including negotiating and closing commercial real estate purchases, sales and refinances, entity formation, contract negotiations, and business purchases and sales. Her commercial lending experience extends to representing both lenders and borrowers.
Attorney Bradrick also has extensive involvement in Real Estate Owned (REO) sales and purchases and assists parties in navigating the labyrinth for short sales and REO transactions.
Additionally, Attorney Bradrick prepares Wills and related documents for the firm’s clients.
Laura graduated cum laude from Western New England University School of Law, where she received her J.D., having graduated in the top 5% of her class. Attorney Bradrick was named the Assistant Articles Editor of the Law Review. Her law review Note, entitled “Don’t Forget About the Orphans: A Look at a (Better) Legislative Solution to the Orphan Works Problem”, was published in Volume 34 of the Western New England Law Review, having received the Benjamin D. Novak Award for best article by a senior staff member.
Attorney Bradrick received her B.A. in History from Nazareth College of Rochester, Rochester, NY, where she played on her college’s soccer team.
She is admitted in both the State of Connecticut and Commonwealth of Massachusetts.”