Mark Bradbury is a solicitor, establishing Mark Bradbury Legal at the beginning of 2014 in Goulburn. Having served on the School Council of Hurlstone Agricultural High School between 2002 and 2005, Mark is also presently a Board Member of Southern Tablelands Arts and has been the President of the Goulburn Chamber of Commerce since April 2017.
Mark Bradbury graduated from the University of Newcastle in 1980 with First Class Honours in Arts, having majored in Psychology.
After eighteen months working for the NSW Department of Education in its Head Office in Sydney, Mark commenced work with the Australian Chamber of Shipping in the national secretariat in Sydney, rising to the position of Executive Director.
During his employment with the Australian Chamber of Shipping, Mark studied part-time for a Law Degree at the University of Technology. He graduated and was admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of NSW in 1993.
A “tree-change” then saw Mark move in 1995 with his young family to practise law in Goulburn, his father having grown up in Taralga and Goulburn.
In addition to Goulburn, Mark has practised in Cooma, and for four years made the daily commute from Goulburn to practise in Canberra during which time he also worked in a branch office in Yass.