Law Office of David A. Bredin
Place of Birth: Dublin
Where you live: Rego Park, New York
First Job: Volunteer at home for the mentally impaired in Dublin
What it taught me: It taught me to be humble, to listen and to be patient with people. I am so thankful for all that I have gained and the ability to be able to help others less fortunate
Three things people would be surprised to know about me:
1. I use to do a bit of acting.
2. I used to work an an electronic engineer
3. Still would like to obtain a Phd.
Best advice you could give someone starting out: Just do it and do not listen to others that say you can’t.
David Bredin was born in Dublin, obtained a degree in business and legal Studies, and gained his masters degree in Human Rights and comparative discrimination law from Queens University Belfast.
He settled in New York in 2000 and after witnessing September 11th first hand, he decided to stay longer in the US. He started his office in 2001, and practices in many areas, including criminal, real estate, family, corporate and human rights.
Indeed his main focus is in immigration, he practices in federal court and also volunteers his time in New York Civil Court as an arbitrator. David has worked alongside non-governmental organizations and has worked on and holds many pro bono cases. His desire to work in the field of human rights stems from his involvement with Amnesty International in Dublin, where he worked as a volunteer. David is also a qualified solicitor/lawyer in Ireland, England and Wales. He travels back and forth to Ireland and still has many family and friends in the old country.