Bette Bradley joined the law school in January 2014. As Assistant Dean for Admissions and Scholarships, she is responsible for the planning, management, and implementation of law student recruitment, admissions, and scholarships. Before moving to the Office of Admissions in 2018, Bradley taught first-year Legal Research and served as the University of Mississippi’s Pre-Law Advisor.
Bradley earned her Bachelor’s of Social Work from the University of Mississippi, a Master’s of Social Work from the University of Tennessee, and her J.D. from the University of Mississippi School of Law, where she was an associate editor for the Mississippi Law Journal, a student attorney for the Mississippi Innocence Project, and a teaching assistant for the law school’s Academic Excellence Program.
Dean Bradley worked as a therapist at a community mental health center before attending law school and, after earning her J.D., practiced health care law in Birmingham, Alabama with the firm of Maynard Cooper & Gale.