John P. Bradbury is a residential real estate lawyers in New York City. Prior to becoming a lawyer, he was both an accountant and real estate agent. His practice is primarily focused on transactional real estate, representing buyers and sellers of cooperative apartments, condominiums, single family homes and townhouses.
Mr. Bradbury graduated from Fordham University School of Law. After graduating, he worked at the prestigious law firm of Sidley Austin Brown and Wood practicing in the field of real estate structured finance before leaving to start his own practice in 2004. Mr. Bradbury has been quoted in The New York Times and The Real Deal. He regularly teaches and lectures on real estate, and is licensed by New York State Department of State to teach continuing education to licensed agents and brokers. He also teaches continuing education on the subject of real estate to fellow attorneys.