Bradley Denniston

Originally from King City, Ontario, Canada, Bradley Denniston moved to South Florida to finish his undergraduate degree at Florida Gulf Coast University, where he graduated magna cum laude in May 2019. 

Mr. Denniston then attended Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad College of Law, where he earned his Juris Doctor degree in May 2021, graduating summa cum laude and ranking first in his class—ahead of one hundred and fifty of his peers. 

During his studies at Nova Southeastern University, Mr. Denniston maintained positions in the Honors Program, NSU Trial Association, Nova Law Review, and sat as Vice Justice of Phi Alpha Delta legal fraternity. Mr. Denniston has accumulated CALI Book Awards for his studies in Legal Remedies, Florida Bar Exam Lab, Securities Regulation, and Constitutional Law II. Mr. Denniston also worked closely to mentor incoming students, helping to facilitate their transition into law school, and has been a research and teaching assistant under multiple professors across numerous disciplines. 

Mr. Denniston’s legal resume includes working under the honorable Judge John J. O’Sullivan during his federal judicial internship at the United States District Court, Southern District of Florida, in addition to working in personal injury and personal injury protection since 2019. 

Giving back to his community, Mr. Denniston has received an Honors Pro Bono Award for dedicating over two hundred hours of volunteer work over the past year alone. He currently works closely with the Guardian Ad Litem Program of Broward County to advocate for the rights of abused, abandoned, and neglected children in foster care and the state court system.


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