An accomplished attorney, Mr. Bradley R. Marshall has fought tirelessly for the rights of his clients for more than 20 years. Bradley Marshall is committed to the highest standards of professionalism, and his personal ethics and dedication on behalf of his clients have earned him the respect and accolades of his peers, as well as community and government leaders. Beginning his career as a sports agent, Bradley Marshall negotiated over $200M in contracts for a number of NBA players, including Doug Christie, Clifford Robinson, Jason Terry, and many others. During his career in sports law, Bradley Marshall also defended a number of professional athletes facing legal problems due to deceptive business partners and other opportunistic individuals.
Beyond his work in the sports industry, Bradley Marshall has focused his efforts on improving race relations and discrimination in Seattle. To this end, Bradley Marshall spearheaded a number of groundbreaking lawsuits, including a $100M racial profiling case against the Seattle Police Department; a major civil rights lawsuit on behalf of 14 Seattle dockworkers; and wrongful death lawsuits on behalf of the families of Mr. Robert Thomas, Sr. and Mr. Harold McCord, Jr. Bradley Marshall studied law at the University of Washington in Seattle. A leader on campus, Bradley Marshall developed a strong reputation for his commitment to fairness and equality. Prior to enrolling in law school, Bradley Marshall attended the University of Washington as an undergraduate student of English Literature and Religious Studies.
Bradley Marshall would eventually return to his alma mater and pass these traits on to aspiring lawyers as an adjunct professor of Sports Law. Bradley Marshall also taught at the Seattle Pacific University School of Business, where he lectured on the “Legal Environment of Business.” In 2005, Bradley Marshall was named Seattle Pacific University’s Teacher of the Year. An ordained minister, as well as an attorney, Bradley Marshall is widely known for his dynamic speaking abilities and his commitment to community service. Bradley Marshall and his family routinely volunteer at New Beginnings Christian Fellowship of Renton, Washington and are highly involved in community activism on behalf of Seattle’s African-American and immigrant communities. Bradley Marshall currently resides in Seattle with his wife Cynthia. Mr. Marshall is the proud father of two sons, Bradley Stewart and Rowland Harris.