James C. Bradbury



May 1997
Juris Doctor, Cum Laude
Suffolk University Law School
Boston, Massachusetts

B.S. (Honors) Geographical Science
University of Portsmouth
Portsmouth, England


Amabile & Burkly, P.C.,  1995 – present
Partner involved in all aspects of a busy civil and criminal litigation practice. Responsible for individual case load including preparation and presentation of trials in all courts of the Commonwealth.

Suffolk Journal of Trial & Appellate Advocacy, Editor-in-Chief, 1996 – 1997; Moot Court Board, Staff Member, 1995 – 1997

Member of Suffolk Trial Team, American Trial Lawyers Association competition, March, 1997; Member of winning team in Suffolk Mock Trial Competition, October, 1996

Publication: Protective Discovery Order and the First Amendment: the Limits of Seattle Times and the Business Week Decision, Suffolk Journal of Trial & Appellate Advocacy, 1997

S.T.R.I.V.E. Inc., Lynn, Massachusetts
Program Director, September 1993 – July 1994
Managed center serving 33 clients with a range of physical and developmental disabilities.

Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award – 1986
Joseph J. Camada Fellowship Award – Paxton Lions – 2003
Equal Justice Family Law Award – 2003

Past President, Paxton Lions Club

Chairman, Paxton Zoning Board of Appeals, 2001-2008

Past President, Holden BNI


Massachusetts Bar – admitted December, 1997

U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts – admitted December, 1998

New York Bar – admitted March 2000

Executive Committee -2017 to present                                                    Worcester County Bar Association


James C. Bradbury heads the Worcester office of Amabile & Burkly, P.C. located at 51 Union Street. A native of Birmingham, England, Jim completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Portsmouth before moving to the United States. Following a career in human services, he graduated from Suffolk Law School in 1997. While at Suffolk he was a member of the Moot Court Board and Editor-in-Chief of the Suffolk Journal of Trial and Appellate Advocacy. Jim’s primary practice is personal injury litigation, both plaintiff and defense. He is a member of the Worcester County Bar Association, the Holden Chapter of BNI and Paxton Lions Club. Jim enjoys reading, hiking and traveling to remote places.