Virgil Bradley

Virgil Bradley is a fourteen year combat veteran of the U.S. Military and focuses primarily on veterans legal issues. However, he does not limit his practice to veterans. Virgil also has experience in the appellate courts, mostly with criminal appeals, as well as divorce, business law, intellectual property law, and contract law.

Virgil’s appellate experience includes appeals to the Minnesota Court of Appeals, the Minnesota Supreme Court and the U.S. Supreme Court. His appeals have included DUI’s, habeas corpus, and homicide.

Virgil graduated from the University of Phoenix, Summa Cum Laude, with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and has an education in Electrical Engineering from the U.S. Navy. In addition to the military, he has eight years of experience in law enforcement and more than a decade in small businesses.

Virgil graduated Cum Laude from William Mitchell College of Law with a Juris Doctor in May 2011. Virgil is also a Minnesota Rule 114 Qualified Neutral and mediator in family law matters.

In his commitment to veterans, Virgil was one of the founders of Minnesota Veterans Legal Assistance (MNVLA). MNVLA is a non-profit organization that finds low cost or pro bono legal services for veterans. Virgil also volunteers his time at Military Assistance Council for Veterans (MAC-V) and Legal Assistance for Minnesota Prisoners (LAMP).

As an attorney, Virgil’s focus is to provide quality, affordable legal services to people with low and moderate income.