About Bradley Schreiber


As the founder of The Schreiber Law Firm and Schreiber Law over two decades ago, Rockford Attorney Schreiber’s focus is on diligently serving the needs of individual’s and their families at every stage of the legal process. Attorney Schreiber continues to diligently serve and pursue the highest standards and personal approach to the practice of law at every stage of our clients legal issues. Everyday, we strive to meet the cornerstone of our clients goals which is “Practice Made Personal”.

A native of Rockford, he has extensive experience with the local legal process in Northern Illinois and is licensed to practice in all Illinois State Courts, has been admitted to practice in the United States Federal Court and was admitted to the United States Supreme Court in 2004.

Prior to Founding the Firm, Rockford Attorney Bradley Schreiber worked in the chambers of Federal Judge and under the mentor of the Honorable William J. Lassarow in the 9th Circuit Federal Court, Los Angeles. He is a sustaining member of numerous professional associations including the American Bar Association as well as the Winnebago County Bar Association.

Of most importance is what Attorney Schreiber’s clients and other Attorney’s have rated Mr. Schreiber. In 2014, Mr. Schreiber was voted by the general public and a vote of over 55,000 votes as one of the top three Attorneys in the area for Personal Injury as well as Criminal and Traffic Rockford Lawyers.

In addition, Rockford Attorney Bradley Schreiber has received the highest possible peer review rating (AV) by the industry standard Martindale – Hubbell Law Directory. An AV rating indicates that a Lawyer’s peers rank him at the highest level of professional excellence in both legal ability and ethical standards.

Outside of Court and the office, Attorney Schreiber spends his leisure time helping pets and others who can’t speak for themselves’s find quality of life and shelter. He is an advocate for the regions homeless shelters and a sponsor, volunteer and contributor to the regions pet humane society’s.


  • State of Illinois, 1994
  • United States Federal Court, 1999
  • United States Supreme Court, 2004


  • Whittier College School of Law, Los Angeles, California 1993
    • Doctorate of jurisprudence (J.D.) – 1993
  • Western Illinois University, Macomb, Illinois 1986
    • Bachelor of Science (B.S) Finance / Statistics
  • Rock Valley College, Rockford, Illinois 1983
    • Associate in Applied Science