About Jeremy Bradley
By examining the links between fairness, philosophy and feminism, Jeremy C Bradley highlights how and why we must reshape the course of legal judgments.
From his roots in Middle America to studying in the UK for his Doctorate in Law, Jeremy has always striven for a persons right to be heard and fairly evaluated.
With an MBA from University of Phoenix, Jeremy has also presented at the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities, the National Association of Student Affairs Professionals, and the International Conference on Virginia Woolf.
It was while focusing on Woolf’s work that Jeremy’s passion for feminist text was ignited. Within Woolf’s lines he uncovered his research mission: to reframe the legal decision-making process.
This work examines Woolf’s text as a blueprint for lessons on how our laws could be better interpreted and implemented.
Written from the stance of legal philosopher, Jeremy illustrates that Woolf may be the very influence that the legal world now must accommodate.
Jeremy will be presenting his work at the Festival of Postgraduate Research 17th May 2012 - view Jeremy's festival poster.