Member Profile - Elizabeth Bradford
Law Student Member
RNLA Law Clerk
Florida State University College of Law
Elizabeth Bradford is the Republican National Lawyers Association Law Clerk for Summer 2019. She graduated from Florida State University in 2016 with a degree in International Affairs and Political Science and is currently a rising 3L at Florida State University College of Law.
Elizabeth first became involved in Republican politics in high school when she founded a chapter of Teenage Republicans at her high school and served as a board member of the Florida Federation of Teenage Republicans. Elizabeth also interned for Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign in 2012.
During college, Elizabeth interned for then-Governor Rick Scott’s reelection campaign, interned at the Executive Office of the Governor, and held various positions on the chapter and state levels with College Republicans. Most notably, Elizabeth served as the Florida statewide chairman of Students for Rubio during the 2016 presidential primary.
During her first year of law school, Elizabeth interned for Chairman Chris Sprowls during the 2018 Florida legislative session. This past spring, Elizabeth worked as a legislative assistant at a Florida law firm during the 2019 legislative session.
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