Bravo Schrager LLP focuses on politics, elections, government, ballot initiatives, and appeals. We counsel candidates, elected officials, political parties, political action committees, and private entities acting in the political space. We understand and operate at the intersection of law and politics, and we assist our clients in their relations with political actors and government.

Democracy is our law practice.

Our Team

Bradley Schrager

Mr. Schrager handles election law, ballot measures, campaign finance, state and local government matters, ethics investigations, legislative strategies and more, for a wide variety of clients including state and national political parties; federal, state, and local candidates; legislative caucuses; political action committees and others involved in political and legislative processes. He also advises nonprofits regarding formation, political participation, and compliance issues.

Mr. Schrager also maintains a sophisticated appellate practice, handling matters before state and federal courts of appeal, and he has represented plaintiffs in complex class action and labor law matters.

He is a graduate of Washington University (A.B.), Northwestern University (Ph.D.), and the University of Notre Dame Law School (J.D.).

Daniel Bravo


Mr. Bravo handles all manner of election and political law matters from ballot measures to representation of political parties, candidates, and elected officials on issues of campaign finance and in litigation. His practice also involves civil litigation at the trial and appellate levels in both state and federal courts.

Mr. Bravo graduated from the University of Michigan (B.A.) and the University of Illinois Chicago School of Law (J.D.).

Legal Services
Political Law and Elections

Ballot Measures

Campaign finance compliance and reporting

Appeals and Writs

Ethics issues, investigations, and advice on gift regulation

Set-up and ongoing advice for state or federal political action committees

Advice to non-profit entities considering political activity

Education Law and School Finance
Political and governmental litigation of all kinds, including constitutional matters and challenges to statutes, including intergovernmental litigation

Representation before administrative agencies