Clinical Teaching Fellow
Immigrant Rights Clinic
J.D., Georgetown University Law Center
B.A., University of California, Santa Cruz
Areas of Expertise
Human Trafficking Survivor Advocacy
Bradley-Chacon is a clinical teaching fellow in the Immigrant Rights Clinic. Previously, she worked as senior immigration counsel for the University of Maryland SAFE Center for Human Trafficking Survivors. She has also worked for Kids in Need of Defense (KIND), where she was a part of the Baltimore Representation Initiative for Unaccompanied Children, a pilot project providing universal legal representation to unaccompanied children in immigration removal proceedings.
Bradley-Chacon was the first United Methodist Justice for Our Neighbors (JFON) circuit-riding attorney and was instrumental in launching the national JFON immigration legal service program, working with church volunteers and pro bono attorneys. In addition to her public interest practice, Bradley-Chacon has worked in private immigration law practice and as an asylum officer, and she has served as a city council member for her community in University Park, Maryland.
Born in El Salvador and raised in the United States, Bradley-Chacon is fluent in Spanish and English. She received her J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center, where she was a Public Interest Law Scholar.