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Akron Ohio 44308-1602
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Bradley S. S. Dunn is a graduate of The University of Akron and The University of Akron School of Law where he graduated Cum Laude and was a member of various Honor Societies and a past President of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity.
Bradley has been employed by The Ohio Civil Rights Commission for 20 years and has held the positions of Legal Intern, Investigator, Field Supervisor, and Reconsideration Supervisor. He has been the recipient of the Commission’s Employee of the Year and the Above and Beyond Award.
Bradley is a member of various committees within the Commission and recently aided in the rewriting and submittal of the Administrative Rules pertaining to Ohio Revised Code Chapter 4112, the 2012 redesign of the Commission’s website, and revived and supervises the Akron Region’s Externship program.
Bradley is a member of both the Ohio Bar Association and the Akron Bar Association, where he served as the Past Chair of the Disability Law Section, Past Chair of the Labor and Employment Law Section, and Past Chair of the Diversity Committee. He currently serves on the Board of Trustees for the Akron Bar Association. Bradley is a member of the Scanlon-Bell Inn of Court and a member of the Akron-Canton Barristers.
He currently resides in Hartville, Ohio with his lovely wife Amy and two young children, Spencer and Madilynn. Bradley spends his time working part-time as an Adoption Attorney, Camping, and pretending he is young and physically fit by engaging in Judo and Jiu Jitsu.
Akron and Cleveland Regional Office Staff on Underground Railroad Tour conducted by the US Park Services
The Ohio Civil Rights Commission is an equal opportunity employer; we celebrate and embrace diversity and are committed to maintaining an inclusive community.