• Campbell University – J.D.
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill – B.A., History & Anthropology
  • North Carolina Bar Association
    • Board of Governors
    • Young Lawyers Division – Committee Chair
    • Women in the Profession Committee
    • Member Value Task Force
  • Harry C. Martin Chapter of the American Inns of Court
  • Town of Waynesville Long Range Plan Steering Committee
  • B Local, Asheville + Western North Carolina – Member
  • Rotary Club of Waynesville – Sunrise, President (former)
  • United States District Court for the Western District of North Carolina
  • Cherokee Tribal Court
  • North Carolina State Bar

Martha Bradley enjoys a unique practice focused on real estate disputes, land use and zoning, civil litigation, and business law. As a litigator, Martha represents clients across North Carolina in real estate and business disputes, from pre-filing negotiations to appeals, offering advice on avoiding and resolving conflict arising out of boundary line disputes, trespass claims, or planned community association conflict, in addition to assisting businesses with land use and zoning issues and construction matters.

Martha began her legal career as a clerk for the Honorable Ann Marie Calabria of the North Carolina Court of Appeals. She then joined the litigation section of the Johnston County firm of Lucas, Denning, & Ellerbe, PA, where she managed all phases of litigation from filing through appeal for injured clients in Superior Court cases throughout eastern and central North Carolina.

In 2014, Martha answered the call of western North Carolina’s mountains, joining Cannon Law, PC in Waynesville. At Cannon Law, she expanded her practice to cover business and real estate litigation at from pre-filing negotiations through appeal. Martha joined the Forrest Firm to establish the firm’s Asheville Office.