Professor Bradshaw is an associate professor of Law at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University. She is also a faculty fellow with the Center for Law, Science, and Innovation at ASU. Concurrent with her appointment at ASU, she is a Program Affiliate Scholar at the Classical Liberal Institute at the New York University School of Law.
Professor Bradshaw researches environmental and natural resource issues. Her forthcoming book, "The New Animal Rights, Saving America's Wildlife by Discovering the Biological Origins of Property," is under contract with the University of Chicago Press. She writes on the governance of natural resources, with an emphasis on the relationship between public and private property rights holders. Professor Bradshaw's most recent article was recognized, as being among the top articles nationally in 2015-2016 in the areas of natural resources law through a national, peer-reviewed process. Professor Bradshaw teaches contracts, land use, environmental law, and natural resources.
Before joining ASU, Professor Bradshaw was the inaugural Koch-Searle Fellow in Legal Studies at New York University School of Law. After graduating with honors from The University of Chicago Law School, she clerked for Judge E. Grady Jolly of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. In law school, she was a Tony Patino Fellow, John Olin Fellow in Law and Economics, and comment editor for The University of Chicago Law Review.
Prior to attending law school, Professor Bradshaw founded and operated a real estate brokerage, which integrated principles of corporate social responsibility. She obtained an executive M.B.A. while working full time operating her business, and has a B.S. in business administration from University of California, Berkeley.
Professor Bradshaw will be visiting at University of Chicago Law School in Fall 2017.