As a former college athlete, Bradley J. Michelsen does not shy away from competition. A former NCAA Division III Football and Baseball player and a 2002 ASC Baseball Academic All Conference Team member, he knows what it takes to win. Combine his experience on the playing field, his love for family law, and his work experience with the Texas Attorney General's Office, Mr. Michelsen is a great addition to The Wright Firm team.
Mr. Michelsen earned his undergraduate degree in psychology at Austin College in 2002. He also attended The University of Texas at Arlington and earned a M.A. in criminology & criminal justice in 2007. He attended Oklahoma City University School of Law and earned his Juris Doctor degree in 2010. While in law school, he was the Law Review Articles Editor and on the faculty honor roll.
Prior to attending law school, Mr. Michelsen worked for the Office of the Attorney General of Texas, Child Support Division in Ft. Worth, Texas. His responsibilities consisted of investigating child support cases, applying administrative and legal remedies when appropriate, conducting negotiation conferences, and locating absent parents. In 2007, Mr. Michelsen was promoted to Program Supervisor. Mr. Michelsen limits his current practice to family law. Because of his desire to limit his practice to family law, Mr. Michelsen joined The Wright Firm in 2011.
Mr. Michelsen is a member of the State Bar of Texas, the Denton County Bar Association and Family Law Section, the Dallas Bar Association and Family Law Section, and the Tarrant County Family Law Bar Association. His current and former interest includes the following: Football (NCAA Division III) Fall 1998, Baseball (NCAA Division III) 1999-2002 and ASC Baseball Academic All-Conference, 2002, Law Review Articles Editor, 2009-2010.