Bradley A. Smith
- Discipline: Professor of Law
- Organization: Capital University
Bradley A. Smith is one of the nation’s leading authorities on election law and campaign finance. In 2000, he was nominated by President Clinton to fill a Republican-designated seat on the Federal Election Commission, where he served for five years, including serving as Chairman of the Commission in 2004. He is Of Counsel with the Columbus, Ohio and Washington D.C. offices of the law firm of Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease. Professor Smith has been on the Capital University Law School faculty since 1993. He also has taught law at George Mason University in Virginia.