2023 Summer Associate
Name: A. June Bradley
Education: J.D. expected from Willamette University, 2024; B. Arch, University of Oregon, 2020, minors in Historic Preservation and Architectural History.
Hometown: Fort Collins, CO
What brought you to Crag? I am Willamette University’s 2023 Sullivan Land Use Planning Fellow. My time at Crag is part one of a three-part fellowship rotation, to be followed by time at the Office of County Counsel for Clackamas County, Oregon, and then Oregon’s Land Use Board of Appeals (LUBA).
What are your legal interests? I am interested in litigation and legal advocacy as tools for shaping built and natural space in service of Oregon’s communities, in particular, to advance equity, prevent displacement, and to promote sustainability and climate resiliency.
What will your work focus on while at Crag? I’ll be working under Associate Attorney Mike Sargetakis conducting legal research, assisting with drafting, and whatever else he throws my way.
Favorite place to recreate or be in nature: Smith Rock State Park in Deschutes County, OR, and the Maroon Bells in Gunnison and Pitkin Counties, CO.
Hobbies: Painting, bouldering, making pickles, thrifting, and word games.
Favorite poem: [O sweet spontaneous] by e.e. cummings