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Bradley Schoenleben



  • B.A., Chapman University
  • J.D., Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law


Bradley is a Senior Prosecutor in Southern California who has prosecuted a variety of crimes throughout his career such as burlgary, rape, gang crimes, orangized crime, and homicide. He has worked in the field of human trafficking since 2013 when he helped create the Human Trafficking Prosecution Unit. Bradley has prosecuted a high volume of human trafficking defendants securing a number of convictions through a variety of legal theories. He has worked on providing solutions to the victims of trafficking with both members of law enforcement as well as NGOs. He has also worked with various non-profit organizations in securing better opportunities for those victimized by human trafficking. He has been a part of creating and drafting legislation for laws favorable to the fight against Human Trafficking.

Bradley has trained thousands of law enforcement throughout the country on human trafficking, building cases for prosecution, as well as digital forensics in criminal investigations. These trainings have ranged from various state Law Enforcement conferences for experienced investigators to the academy for brand new recruits. Bradley has been an adjunct faculty at two local law schools and has taught classes in Domestic Human Trafficking, International Human Trafficking, International Human Rights, and Criminal Procedure Adjudicative Process, Mock trial, and Moot Court. For his work, in September of 2017, he was awarded California Prosecutor of the Year by the California District Attorney Investigators Association. In September of 2018, he was awarded with the Outstanding Individual Award by the Global Center for Woman and Justice. In 2023, he was honored with the 2022 Award of Excellence for Felony Trial Prosecutor by the District Attorney's office.

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