Maegen Bradley was raised in Giddings, Texas. She graduated from Giddings High School at the top of her class. After graduating from high school, she attended the illustrious Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia. She graduated with Cum Laude honors, receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. Bradley was later accepted and received a scholarship to attend Thurgood Marshall School of Law at Texas Southern University in Houston, Texas. She was an editor on the Law Journal of Gender, Race and Justice, and also a member on the school’s Mock Trial Competition Team. After graduating and receiving her Juris Doctor degree, Bradley went on to pass the July Texas Bar Examination, officially becoming a licensed attorney.
After graduating law school, Bradley worked as a prosecutor at the Harris County District Attorney’s Office. While at the DA’s Office, she handled thousands of cases, and also served in the office’s special crimes unit (Human Trafficking Division). As a former prosecutor, Bradley sees the criminal justice system from all perspectives, and uses her skills and training to help protect the rights and interests of her clients.