Kate E. Bradford
Kate E. Bradford is an associate attorney who has been a member of the Florida Bar since 2006. Ms. Bradford graduated with honors with a B.A. from Miami University of Ohio in Political Science and Women’s Studies. After completing law school at Stetson University College of Law in Gulfport, Ms. Bradford began her career at the Office of the Public Defender and practiced criminal defense on both the west and east coasts of Florida. After moving to Martin County and settling in Palm City, Kate transitioned into education and was an Associate Professor at Indian River State College teaching in the Criminal Justice department. Ms. Bradford has held positions with the Junior League of Martin County, Pace Center for Girls, Martin County Florida Association for Women Lawyers, and founded the St. Lucie Chapter of the Florida Association for Women Lawyers. Ms. Bradford joined Ross Earle Bonan Ensor & Carrigan, P.A. in 2023 and practices in the areas of Community Association law and litigation support. In her free time, Ms. Bradford can be found spending time with her kids, Ruby, Olivia, Beau, and Lucy, and her husband, David, a financial advisor with Edward Jones.
Educational Background: Stetson University College of Law, J.D.; Miami University, B.A. (Political Science and Women’s Studies)
Professional Associations/Activities: The Florida Bar, Martin County Bar Association, Indian River County Bar Association, and the Martin County Chapter of the Florida Association for Women Lawyers