Bradley Parkin first moved to Texas to study law at Texas Tech University. While in law school, Bradley studied advanced immigration law and was certified as a mediator under the Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code. Before obtaining his undergraduate degree, Bradley spent two years serving a religious mission in Rosario, Argentina. In Argentina, he learned the challenges of living in a foreign country and struggling to learn a foreign language. Since returning to the States he has continued to work in jobs that pushed him to understand Spanish from all over the world. He is fluent in Spanish and graduated from Brigham Young University-Idaho in Political Science with a Minor in Spanish. Bradley clerked for Whittenburg Law Firm for two years before joining the firm as an attorney in November 2014. As a clerk he gained experience interpreting for clients at court hearings as well as at United States Citizen Immigration Services interviews. He and his wife currently reside in Amarillo, Texas with their young three children.