Chelsey Bradley, JD, BBA, MFA
Senior Attorney


B.B.A. in Management – University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire
J.D. — University of Wisconsin Law School
M.F.A. — University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
B.A. — University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire

Bar Admission

States of Wisconsin and Colorado

Chelsey Bradley is a highly accomplished attorney with a strong academic background and diverse legal experience. She earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Wisconsin Law School, where she excelled as the Senior Articles Editor for the Wisconsin International Law Journal. As a student attorney in the Legal Assistance to Institutionalized Persons Project, she demonstrated her commitment to justice and advocacy.

During her tenure as a judicial intern for the Honorable Chief Judge William Conley in the US District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin, Attorney Bradley gained valuable hands-on experience in civil litigation. Her focus encompassed civil rights and patent infringement cases, showcasing her versatility and expertise in complex legal matters.

Adding to her impressive academic achievements, Attorney Bradley graduated magna cum laude with a B.B.A. in Management and Marketing from the University of Wisconsin at Eau Claire. Recognized as a Distinguished Graduate, she was honored with induction into Beta Gamma Sigma—an esteemed honor society for business scholars in the top 10% of their program.

In her commitment to community service, Attorney Bradley is an active member of the Dane County Small Claims Assistance Program (SCAP), contributing pro bono legal assistance to small claims court litigants. Currently serving as a senior attorney at the Alderman Law Firm, she brings her multifaceted skills and dedication to achieving positive outcomes for her clients. Attorney Bradley’s dynamic combination of academic excellence, legal prowess, and community engagement sets her apart as a valuable asset in the legal field.


Contributor, The Alderman Appeals Blog, (current).

Co-Author, The Civil Appeals Process in Wisconsin, 2014 (book).

Co-Author, “How to Speed the Appeals Process,” Wisconsin Lawyer, February 2014.

Co-Author, “National Treasure: A Comparative Analysis of Domestic Laws Criminalizing Illicit Excavation and Exportation of Archaeological Objects,” Mercer Law Review, 2014.

Co-Author, “Standards of Review in the Wisconsin Court of Appeals,” Wisconsin Law Journal, November 2013.

Author, Wisconsin Appeals Blog, ongoing.