Lucas D. Bradley is an associate in Bouhan Falligant LLP’s litigation group. Lucas focuses his practice primarily on admiralty, complex litigation, transportation, personal injury defense, and professional malpractice defense. He is experienced and comfortable in Georgia’s state and federal courts. His briefs helped secure summary judgment in numerous cases, including an eight-figure claim involving an accident in an industrial facility.
He has argued Daubert motions, motions for compensation pursuant to distribution of estate assets, motions to compel, summary judgment motions, and handled numerous other hearings in Georgia’s state courts. Lucas is recognized for his expertise in civil procedure, constitutional law, and federal litigation, and he has been published in the Mercer Law Review on the intersection of Georgia’s business venue provisions and the federal Dormant Commerce Clause. Lucas previously served as a law clerk to the Honorable B. Avant Edenfield of the Southern District of Georgia.
Lucas is involved in the community. He lives in Savannah with his wife, Katie, and their daughter, who they are actively indoctrinating into the cult of Georgia Football. Lucas previously served on the Wilderness Southeast executive board and currently serves on the Savannah Philharmonic Chorus executive board. He has received numerous awards in Savannah, including his selection for Generation NEXT and his membership in the Leadership Savannah class of 2018. Lucas has coached the St. Andrew’s School mock trial team for the past 5 years.
Lucas received degrees from Duke University in history and political science and was the drum major of the Duke University Marching Band. After graduating from Duke in 2010, Bradley attended the University of Georgia School of Law, where he graduated summa cum laude. While at Georgia, he served as a submissions editor for the Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law and was a member of Georgia’s nationwide runner-up National Moot Court team. Lucas also was selected for membership in the Appellate Litigation Clinic, for which he briefed and argued an appeal to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. In his last year at Georgia, he received the school’s prestigious William King Meadow Award, given annually to the graduate who “best exemplifies the integrity, sense of responsibility and high standards of the legal profession and who has the keen sense of humor necessary to afford a proper human perspective to the resolution of legal problems.” Lucas was a teaching assistant for Property and received a CALI Award for Excellence in Constitutional Law I. He served as a pupil in the Lumpkin Inn of Court, and he is a member of the Order of the Coif and the Order of the Barristers.