Andrea M Bradley
Faculty of Applied Health & Community Studies
Andrea Bradley is a full-time professor, teaching in the Paralegal and Bachelor of Community Safety programs. Andrea obtained her J.D. degree from Osgoode Hall law school and her LL.M. from Cambridge University. Following law school, she clerked with the Divisional Court of the Superior Court of Justice, assisting with judicial review applications and administrative appeals. Andrea worked for several years in private practice specializing in Indigenous rights law, working for First Nation governments and Indigenous organizations on negotiations, contracts, treaty and title claims, and litigation.
Throughout her academic and professional career, Andrea sought opportunities to teach courses and mentor students, which has always been her passion. She joined Sheridan as a full-time faculty member in 2018.