Scott Bradford is a Pro Tem Instructor at the University of Oregon and an Assistant in United States Attorney. He has obtained his bachelor degree from Brigham Young University. From Gonzaga University School of Law, he received his J.D. The main focuses of his research and scientific activities include such themes as Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, including Evidence and Criminal Procedure, and Cybercrime.
They contain his particular academic interests. At the present moment, Scott Bradford is teaching a course which is titled as White Collar Crime.At the beginning of his career, Scott Bradford was working as a federal prosecutor with the U.S.
Department of Justice in 2007. After that, the Tax Division took him through the Attorney General Honors Program in order to inspect and litigate tax, office, and money laundering crimes. Lately, he became a member of the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Oregon. It happened in 2009, and after this, he proceeded to prosecute and inspect white collar crimes, which include computer related and intellectual property crimes.
Before Scott started working for the U.S. Department of Justice, he was working as a clerk for the Honorable Michael W. Mosman, U.S.
District Court for the District of Oregon.