Bradley A. Cook

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Bradley A. Cook

  • Bar Memberships
    • Amarillo Area Bar Association
    • State Bar of Texas
  • LL.M. Health Law The University of Houston Law Center (2015)
  • J.D. The University of Mississippi School of Law (2014)
  • B.S. University of West Alabama (2010)

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Bradley A. Cook joined Brown & Fortunato, as a member of the firm’s Health Care Group. He is a member of the State Bar of Texas, the Amarillo Bar Association, the Amarillo Young Lawyers Association, and American Health Lawyers Association.

Born in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Bradley spent his childhood and part of his adult life in Stonewall, Mississippi, a small cotton mill town of less than 1200. Bradley was very involved in the community, serving in various capacities on the Stonewall Historical Society. During his undergraduate years, Bradley worked for the Town of Stonewall, helping with the upkeep of local parks and cemeteries. He also frequently volunteered to help organize and set up for the town’s yearly fall festival. Bradley graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Theoretical Mathematics from the University of West Alabama in 2010.

Bradley attended the University of Mississippi School of Law and graduated magna cum laude in 2014. While in law school, Bradley served as Operations Chair for the law school’s Negotiation Team. In 2014, Bradley and his teammate competed in and won the Midwest Regional Transactional LawMeet®, held at UMKC School of Law, and the National Transactional LawMeet®, held in New York City at Sullivan & Cromwell, LLP. Bradley also competed on a three person team in the 2014 L. Edward Bryant, Jr. National Health Law Transactional Moot Court Competition, winning the award for Best Memorandum.

Bradley served on the Mississippi Law Journal as an Associate Articles Editor, and was a student in the Transactional Law Clinic, where he assisted clients in setting up non-profit organizations and various for-profit business entities. As a student in the Transactional Law Clinic, Bradley co-edited and updated the Harvard Mississippi Delta Project: Legal Guide for Small Businesses in Mississippi.

After graduating from law school, Bradley received his LL.M. in Health Law from the University of Houston in 2015. During his LL.M., Bradley had the opportunity to testify before the Texas House Committee on Public Health regarding H.B. 661, The Interstate Medical Licensure Compact. He also received the Prudential Life Insurance Health Law Scholarship for academic success and interest in Health Law.

Bradley enjoys spending time with his wife, Kristen, and their dog, George. Bradley is also a college sports enthusiast, and enjoys following Ole Miss Football, kayaking, fishing, hunting, and spending time with friends and family.