St. Joseph attorney Suzanne Bradley has been reappointed to the Missouri Gaming Commission, Gov. Jay Nixon announced Friday. In 2010, Bradley completed a three-year term on the commission, which enforces statutes and regulations relating to charitable bingo and riverboat gambling. Gaming Commission Executive Director Roger Stottlemyre welcomed Ms. Bradley back to the five-member board, saying she has a wealth of legal experience and understanding of gaming rules and regulations. “We are very pleased Suzanne Bradley will be joining the commission,” Mr. Stottlemyre said.
Bradley’s experience now includes a diversified general practice with an emphasis in Wills and Trusts, Real Estate and Family Matters. Bradley has practiced law in Missouri since 1976. Prior to joining the Firm in 2004, she practiced law in Kansas City (3 years) and St. Joseph (25 years) in both plaintiff and defense civil litigation. Her work involved representing many individuals, corporate clients, and insurance companies. Bradley also serves as a substitute Municipal Judge for the City of St. Joseph, serving since 1986. Bradley serves as one of five Commissioners on the Missouri Gaming Commission, appointed by the Governor of Missouri.