Christopher B. Bradford
Christopher B. Bradford is an attorney in the land use practice of Jackson Walker’s Austin office who regularly represents clients in disputes involving vested rights, zoning entitlements, subdivisions and site plans, development permits, and other matters related to land use and real estate development. A substantial portion of his practice is devoted to representing clients in commercial real estate transactions.
Chris spent two decades as a civil litigator, during which he honed his skills as an advocate for clients ranging from businesses large and small, domestic and foreign, as well as private individuals. He has extensive experience representing clients in a wide range of subjects including class-action litigation, securities fraud, commercial litigation, and business disputes. Chris’ litigation experience extends to both the trial and appellate levels.
Prior to joining Jackson Walker, Chris was of counsel in the Austin office of a national law firm where he practiced real estate, land use, and government relations law.
B.A, summa cum laude, University of Mississippi
J.D., Yale Law School
United States Supreme Court
United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
United States District Court for the Northern, Eastern, Western, and Southern Districts of Texas
- State Bar of Texas
- Real Estate Council of Austin, Member
- Urban Land Institute, Member
- “Citing density concerns, West Austin lot receives recommendation for subdivision,” Austin Monitor (February 12, 2019)