Bradley Dornish obtained his legal education at Duquesne University, where he received a full academic scholarship to begin his law school matriculation at the age of 19. In his first year, he won the American Jurisprudence Award for excellence in the study of Real Property Law, resulting in his appointment to assist Professor Kenneth Gray to research his Treatise on "Mortgages in Pennsylvania". He graduated with honors in 1984, and became an associate of the Pittsburgh firm of Reale, Fossee & Ferry, where he became a partner in 1992. He developed that firm's business and real estate practice group.Mr. Dornish started his own law firm in 1993, and also became a licensed title insurance agent. He pioneered the formation of Controlled Business Arrangement real estate settement companies under the 1992 RESPA regulations. Mr. Dornish has maintained an active real estate litigation practice, and been involved in seminal cases on Pennsylvania landlord tenant law and regulation of rental real estate, including cases challenging rental registration ordinances in Pittsburgh, Erie, and numerous PA municipalities. Mr. Dornish writes and lectures regularly on Pennsylvania real estate law for the American Congress of Real Estate, the Pennsylvania Residential Owners' Association, the Realtors' Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh, and the Real Estate Educational Institute. He has also presented educational programs for the Institute of Real Estate Management, National Business Institute and Pennsylvania Bar Institute. He was previously an adjunct Professor teaching real estate law at Duquesne University.
Admitted 1984, Pennsylvania
Professional Webpage: http://dornish.net/attorneys
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