Brad Steele is an attorney who has been practicing law in Longview for 37 years. He has been licensed to practice law in Texas and Oklahoma since 1982 and is board certified in personal injury trial law and civil trial law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He is a member of the American Association of Justice and the American Board of Trial Advocacy and a past member of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association. Raised in East Texas, Brad completed a BBA in marketing in 1979 from Baylor and a JD in 1981 from Oklahoma City University School of Law.
Steele has served on the Board of Advocates for the Baylor Alumni Network since 2018 as a member of the executive committee and is currently vice president-elect. He also serves on the Campaign Steering Committee for Baylor’s Give Light campaign. In addition, he has served as a board member of Longfellows of Longview, Crimestoppers and Pinecrest Country Club, and he is a past president of the Gregg County Bar Association.
Steele is an Eagle Scout and was named Best Lawyer in East Texas by the Longview News Journal.
Steele has contributed to the Baylor Bear Foundation, the Alumni Board of Advocates Endowed Scholarship Fund, the Linebacker Club, and the Bear Foundation’s Preparing Champions for Life program. He also is a member of the 1845 Society
Steele is a member of First Baptist Church of Longview, where he served for 11 years as a Sunday school teacher in the youth department and was a longtime member of the adult choir and numerous vocal ensembles. He served as a member of the church’s long-range planning and personnel committees and was a youth choir sponsor/mentor for many years.
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