Bradford E. Bullock
Bradford E. Bullock, partner, practices trial and appellate
law, defending local governments in complex state and
federal litigation claims, including those brought under the
First Amendment, RLUIPA, the Fair Housing Act, Section
1983, the Voting Rights Act and the Texas Tort Claims Act,
among others. He graduated from St. Mary’s School of Law
(1995), and received a B.A. from St. Mary’s in International
Relations, Magna Cum Laude (1992).

As part of his appellate practice, Mr. Bullock has argued
high-profile cases to the Fifth Circuit on behalf of cities,
Merced v. City of Euless and NAACP et al. v. City
of Kyle
. He has also served as an Assistant City Attorney for
the cities of San Antonio, Euless and Boerne, where he
drafted ordinances regulating sexually oriented business,
signs, zoning and subdivisions, and “dark skies” among
others. Bradford is a regular lecturer and author on a wide
range of matters including the regulation of sexually
oriented businesses and the First Amendment to the Fair
Housing Act and legislative immunity.   He is a member of
the Texas City Attorneys Association and the International
Municipal Lawyers Association.

Bradford is admitted to practice in all courts in the State of
Texas, the United States District Courts for the Northern,
Western and Southern Districts of Texas, the Fifth Circuit and
the United States Supreme Court.

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