Bradford A. Richman is of Counsel at the McNelly Goldstein law firm in Hatfield, Pennsylvania. He recently retired from public service following a career in law enforcement which began in 1978. Over his career, Mr. Richman served as an Assistant District Attorney and Deputy City Solicitor in Philadelphia, and as Special Assistant to the Police Commissioner of Philadelphia. While with the Philadelphia Police Department, Mr. Richman developed and implemented a protocol for addressing gun licensing issues in Philadelphia. Most recently, he served as an Assistant District Attorney in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, where he established and headed the Elder Abuse Unit, and then established and headed the DUI Prosecutions Unit. For the last fifteen years, Mr. Richman has served as a legal consultant to the Philadelphia Police Department on matters pertaining to Firearms Licensing.
Mr. Richman graduated from Temple University in 1976, and from Widener University School of Law in 1981. He is a frequent panelist in continuing legal educations programs regarding the law of firearms in Pennsylvania.