Brad Baldwin

Brad is a Provisionally Licensed Lawyer and has been with Law Office of James M. Blucker since 2016. Prior to that, he worked within the legal and education field for many years. He has experience facilitating collective bargaining agreements and creating Affirmative Action Plans for EEOC purposes within employment law, creating individualized education plans (IEP) and 504 plans within education law, facilitating the post-conviction expungement process and arrest record sealing relief within criminal defense, petitioning divorce and child custody/support cases within family law, and has various litigation and transactional experience within real estate law.

Brad aspired a career within law for many reasons. It’s always felt natural and fitting, being able to help solve complex issues that many individuals couldn’t figure out for themselves. Brad first got his start in the legal realm by volunteering his time for Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County at the Pomona Superior Courthouse, a self-help center. He assisted self-represented litigants with responses to unlawful detainers, family law issues relating to divorce, custody and child support, domestic violence restraining orders, and civil harassment petitions. It was through this volunteer experience that further solidified his decision to attend law school to become a staunch advocate.

While at the University of La Verne College of Law, Brad earned Dean’s List accolades relating to his strong academic performance. He also earned a CALI Award for the highest grade earned in California Real Estate Practice and also received the Ann Rahm Endowed Scholarship – Given to a law student who has demonstrated outstanding potential as a litigator. He found ways to give back to the public by participating in legal workshops that benefited the community and hosted pro-bono clinics at the College of Law relating to the post-conviction expungement process, assisting members of the public to put their criminal convictions behind them, thus allowing a fresh start. Brad transitioned into the real estate law area once he started working for the Law Office of James M. Blucker. His personal legal passions are post-conviction expungement and arrest record sealing relief along with various aspects of civil and real estate law.

During his downtime, Brad enjoys attending Anaheim Ducks hockey games and the Los Angeles Rams football games, golfing at various courses throughout southern California, being a craft beer and cigar aficionado, traveling all over the world when time permits, and enjoying time with his wife and 2 children.

University of La Verne, B.S. – Organizational Management
University of La Verne, J.D. – Juris Doctor

Professional Affiliations:
Western San Bernardino County Bar Association
Riverside County Bar Association
The Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies
Philippine American Bar Association
Lincoln Club of San Bernardino County