Michael Bradley is a lawyer and writer, in no particular order.
He runs Marque Lawyers, a law firm which is a B Corp and seamless melding of corporate legal practice with human rights advocacy; a conscious exploration of what a group of clever, compassionate lawyers can achieve outside the boundaries of law as we’ve come to cynically understand it.
In the spaces, Michael writes for Crikey, New Matilda and others on the issues where law, society and politics merge, without regard for his (non-existent) chances of ever getting offered a plum government posting. He’s never read a business book, so he doesn’t know whether that’s a good or bad thing.
"Metaphorically, I think of our purpose’s evolution as the expansion of the canvas on which we’ve chosen to paint."