Amanda Bradley is a trial lawyer whose focus is entirely on criminal defense and the protection of parental rights. Her background includes training and work as a Child Welfare Specialist at the Oklahoma Department of Human Services. Amanda's experience, training and education equip her with special skills and insight for work in the courtroom defending the rights and liberties of Oklahomans.
Amanda has experience dealing with a variety of matters affecting parental rights and individual liberties. She has successfully defended against domestic violence and child abuse criminal charges and protective orders across Eastern Oklahoma.
An enrolled member of the Cherokee Nation, Amanda's achievements include a certificate in Native American Law from the University of Tulsa's prestigious Indian Law program. She has extensive training in Native American legal issues, including developments in the U.S. Supreme Court's McGirt decision and its ramifications and the state and federal Indian Child Welfare Acts.
- Choctaw Nation
- Muscogee (Creek) Nation
- U.S. District Court Northern District of Oklahoma, 2021
- University of Tulsa College of Law, 2020
- Grand Canyon University, 2016
Professional Associations and Memberships
- National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
- Oklahoma Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
- Association of Family and Concilation Courts
- American Bar Association
- National Native American Bar Association
- Oklahoma Indian Child Welfare Association