Biography & Introduce

Bradley W. Rivers has over a decade of experience in civil litigation, criminal, and family law. Bradley attended Kalamazoo College where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in History. He then attended the University of Georgia where he obtained his Master’s Degree in U.S. history and foreign policy before moving on to earn his juris doctorate from Georgetown Law School in Washington, D.C.

After leaving law school, Bradley gained valuable experience as a member of the civil litigation and bankruptcy group at Ryley Carlock & Applewhite, a prestigious Phoenix area law firm. Bradley spent the next decade as the owner of his own boutique law practice where he handled numerous cases from initial intake to final resolution with an outstanding record of success in the courtroom.

Currently barred in Arizona, Bradley also has a strong track record of community service. He currently sits on the board of Hope Restored Missions, a Plano-based organization committed to assisting those who are disadvantaged, especially the homeless community, through ongoing supportive relationships that provide advocacy, guidance, and resource connections.

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