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Gerald E. Bradner


Gerald Bradner represents clients in labor relations and commercial disputes.

Professional Biography

As a member of Baker Donelson's Advocacy Department, Mr. Bradner concentrates his practice on commercial litigation disputes for clients in a broad range of industries. Mr. Bradner's extensive labor law experience allows him to provide clients with unique insights relative to collective bargaining, grievance arbitration, and National Labor Relations Board interactions.

Before joining Baker Donelson, Mr. Bradner clerked at law firms in Memphis, Tennessee, and Colorado Springs, Colorado, where he gained experience in grievance arbitration, motions drafting, legal briefs, interrogatories, and complaints, as well as conducting investigations and interviewing witnesses. In 2021, Mr. Bradner was recognized by the Tennessee Bar Association as the 2021 Law Student Volunteer of the Year for his pro bono work involving the negotiation and settlement of landlord-tenant issues.

Mr. Bradner is a former Army Intelligence officer who served in Iraq and Afghanistan.

  • President and Founder – Veterans' Law Society
  • Law Student Volunteer of the Year – Tennessee Bar Association (2021)
  • Pro Bono Excellence Award (2022)
  • Volunteer – Neighborhood Preservation Clinic (2020 – 2022)
  • Volunteer – Eviction Settlement Program (2020)
  • "Recent Developments in Labor Law," 2023 SHRM Conference (September 2023)


  • University of Memphis School of Law, J.D., 2022, cum laude
    • Notes Editor – Memphis Law Review
    • Recipient, CALI Award – Trust Law
    • Recipient, CALI Award – Alternative Dispute Resolution: Mediation
  • James Madison University, B.S., 2012, cum laude


  • Tennessee, 2022

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