Bradley Wurster has provided services to the public for nearly 20 years. Over those years, he has served communities as a paramedic throughout Colorado and most recently served the citizens of the Austin-Travis County area while working for Austin-Travis County EMS. After a long and prosperous career as a paramedic, Bradley decided to continue to serve the Texas communities by becoming an attorney.
While working as a Paramedic full time, Bradley received his Bachelor's Degree in Political Science from Texas State University and graduated in 2012. Shortly after, in 2013, he moved with his family to Mississippi and attended law school at Mississippi College School of Law. In 2016, he graduated earning his Juris Doctorate and moved back to Austin to continue providing services to the citizens of Central Texas.
While in law school, Bradley concentrated most of his studies in criminal law and personal injury law. Although spending a lot of time studying criminal and personal injury law, he is also well studied in family law, business formation, contract negotiations, and wills & estates.
In addition to his studies during law school, Bradley participated in several oral argument competitions. Those competitions were opening statement, closing statement, and appellate advocacy competitions. Additionally, he also found time to volunteer in helping the Mississippi Prosecutor's Office train Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners how to be proficient as expert witnesses while testifying in trials for sexual assaults. He also volunteered to help the University of Texas train its psychologist to testify as expert witnesses during competency hearings.
Bradley has provided help to people in the past when they are in difficult situations and they have trusted him to provide solutions to their unique situation. He looks forward to continuing to help people resolve their legal matters, so they can get back to their daily life, uninterrupted.