Bradley R. Stover, Esquire
Bradley R. Stover, Esquire has been a resident of Harford County since 1982. After attending both Harford County public and private schools, Brad graduated from Harford Christian High School located in Dublin, Maryland, in 1993. Brad graduated magna cum laude from Liberty University in 1997, and graduated from the University of Maryland School of Law in 2000.
Brad began his legal career as the judicial law clerk to the Honorable William O. Carr, in the Circuit Court for Harford County. During his time as a clerk for Judge Carr, Brad reviewed motions, both civil and criminal and prepared the judge for pretrial conferences, again both civil and criminal. During his time as a clerk for Judge Carr, Brad assisted in drafting over 50 memorandum opinions.
Throughout his private practice career, Brad has been assisting clients in the areas of real estate development, zoning, business formation and sales, contracts, intellectual property and litigation. Brad has formed relationships with local governmental officials in order to obtain maximum results for his clients in these areas.
Brad chose to practice law following graduation from law school in the community in which he has been entrenched for over 30 years. In addition to his private practice in Harford County, Brad was appointed in 2004 by Governor Robert Ehrlich to serve on the Board of Trustees of Harford Community College, and was reappointed to a second term by Governor Martin O'Malley in 2009. Brad served as the Vice-Chair of the Board from 2007-2008 and as the Chair of the Board from 2008-2010. Brad has served as legal counsel for Habitat for Humanity Susquehanna since 2002, handling real estate matters for the local Habitat chapter. Brad is the Vice-President of the Board of Habitat for Humanity, Maryland, Inc., the state supported organization for Habitat for Humanity local chapters. Brad is a past member of the Route 40 Business Association Board of Directors and has recently been asked to join the Board of the Arc Northern Chesapeake Foundation Board. Brad graduated from the Harford Leadership Academy in 2012.
Brad has two children, and lives with his wife, Stacie, in Abingdon.