Bradon Childs grew up in Appomattox County, Virginia. He graduated from Longwood University in 2010 with a B.S. degree in Political Science and English minor. Mr. Childs earned his J.D. from Charleston School of Law in 2016, with recognition by the Trial Advocacy Board, Outstanding Public Service.
During law school, Mr. Childs was recognized for outstanding public service. He completed over 100 pro bono hours while interning for Lawson & Beasley, Attorneys at Law in Appomattox. He took on leadership roles and was elected by his peers as a senator to the Student Bar Association. Additionally, Mr. Childs was selected for the Civility Award, which is presented to one student each year that best exemplifies the high moral character and professionalism charged to all students at the Charleston School of Law. Upon graduation, Mr. Childs was one of seven graduates to gain membership to the law school’s prestigious Forensic Club based on demonstrated leadership, professionalism, public service and academic commitment. He represented Charleston in the Texas Young Lawyers Association National Trial Advocacy competition, where his team made it to the Final Round for the first time in the school’s history.
After graduating from law school, Mr. Childs worked at Herndon Law, P.C. focusing on Elder Law. Mr. Childs joined the firm in March of 2019, where his areas of practice include litigation and workers’ compensation matters. He is admitted to practice before the Virginia Supreme Court, is a member of the Virginia State Bar, and Henrico County Bar Association.
Outside of the office, Mr. Childs enjoys spending time with his fiancé and dog Delilah and traveling throughout Virginia and the Carolinas visiting family. He is a member of Grace Baptist Church, a persistent outdoorsman and a passionate baseball fan supporting his favorite team, the Atlanta Braves.