Brad was born in Dallas, Texas, and raised in Irving, Texas. After graduating high school, he joined the United States Navy, where he was stationed at the Naval Nuclear Power School in Orlando, Florida, and was promoted to Executive Officer's Yeoman and then Legal Office Supervisor.
After active duty in the Navy, Brad continued his military service in the Navy Reserves while he attended the University of Houston and obtained a Bachelor's degree in Political Science. In 1991, Brad obtained his Doctorate of Jurisprudence from South Texas College of Law.
While at South Texas, Brad was elected Vice-Justice and then Justice of the Sam Houston Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta International Legal Fraternity. He served as the Law School Chapter's Delegate to the International Convention in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in 1990. Brad also served on the Board of Advocates and the Student Executive Committee. Brad was admitted to the Texas bar in 1992.
During his time in the Navy, college and law school, Brad earned his Second Degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do.
After working for several small law firms, Brad decided to go on his own and opened Bradford N. Oesch, P.C. In 1994 his firm partnered with Neil Leibman and the firm became Leibman & Oesch, L.L.P. In 1998, Leibman & Oesch was dissolved and Brad moved his firm, its current location is Three Riverway, Suite 1800 Houston, Texas 77074.
Brad focuses his practice on general civil litigation and has successfully taken cases from their infancy to the Texas Supreme Court. (Published cases below).
Brad is the proud father of two beautiful daughters and believes his success comes more easily because he truly enjoys his work and has committed his life to helping others.
- University of Houston, Central Campus, BS, 1983
- South Texas College of Law, Houston, Texas, 1991.
- Texas 1992
- U.S. District Court Southern District of Texas, 1994
- U.S. District Court Eastern District of Texas, 1997
- Campus Invs., Inc. v. Cullever, 144 S.W.3d 464 (Tex.2004)
- Salazar v. Wolo Mfg. Group, 983 S.W.2d 87 (Tex.App.-Houston [14th Dist.], 1998)