- Bachelor of Laws, University of Queensland (1978)
- Bachelor of Arts, University of Queensland (1976)
- Judge, District Court of Queensland (1999-2016)
- Judge, Children's Court of Queensland (1999-2016)
- Magistrate, Magistrates Court (1993-1999)
- Mediator, Legal Aid Office, Queensland (1991-1993)
- Part-time Member, Misconduct Tribunals, Criminal Justice Commission of Queensland (1990-1993)
- Partner, O’Dwyer and Bradley Solicitors, Woodridge (1984-1990)
- Chairperson, Management Committee of South Brisbane Immigration and Community Legal Service, West End (1984-1988)
- Member, South Brisbane Immigration and Community Legal Service, West End (1982-1988)
- Solicitor, O’Dwyer and Murphy Solicitors, Woodridge (1982-1984)
- Solicitor (1979-1981)
- Legal Officer, Prosecution Section of Solicitor-General’s Office, Brisbane (1978-1979)
- Admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland (1978)
Extra Judicial Positions
- Chair, District Court Judges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Committee (2009-2012)
- Member, National Judicial College of Australia, Indigenous Justice Committee (2008-)
- President, Australian Association of Women Judges (2006-2014)
- Member, Council of James Cook University (2002-2009)
- Member, District Court Judges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Committee (2000-2009)
- Member International Association of Women Judges (1998-)
- Member Australian Association of Women Judges (1998-)
Her Honour was appointed to the District Court on 25 March 1999.
Her Honour was the first Magistrate in Queensland to be appointed as a Judge of the District Court of Queensland.
Bradley was featured in 'A Woman's Place: 100 years of Queensland Women Lawyers', published by the Supreme Court Library Queensland in 2005.
Further biographical details are available on request.
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