Bradey Camille BALTZ

Attorney

bradey.baltz@wdtc.law

501-850-7165

Bradey grew up in Cabot, Arkansas, where she attended Cabot High School and graduated in the top of her class. Throughout high school, Bradey participated in band, theatre, and debate. She received multiple top speaker awards for Original Oratory, and she placed in the Arkansas All State Bands for bassoon twice. Bradey was also chosen as one of two delegates from Arkansas to attend the American Legion Auxiliary Girls Nation program in Washington, DC, and she attended Arkansas Governor’s School in 2012.

After completing high school, Bradey attended the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. She graduated in 2017 with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry. During her time in Fayetteville, Bradey served as the President of Kappa Delta Sorority and a Student Ambassador. Bradey then decided to pursue a dual degree at the University of Arkansas William H. Bowen School of Law and the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. She graduated magna cum laude in 2021 with a Juris Doctor and Master of Public Health. Throughout law school, Bradey served as the President of Delta Theta Phi, the President of the Student Bar Association, and as a Dean’s Fellow for the Bowen Student Success Program. She received top paper in Race and the Law and Secured Transactions. Her capstone project, Race and the COVID-19 Eviction and Housing Crisis, was recently published in Arkansas Law Notes.

Bradey joined the firm in 2021. She enjoys spending time with her husband, Matt, who is an Internal Medicine resident at UAMS. They live in Little Rock with their two cats. Bradey and Matt enjoy golfing, reading books, and watching the Razorbacks. At present, Bradey serves as the Chair for the Kappa Delta Advisory Board at UA Little Rock, Eta Sigma Chapter and the Events Chair for the Arkansas Association of Women Lawyers.

Arkansas, 2021

United States District Court, Arkansas, Eastern & Western Districts

U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit

University of Arkansas at Little Rock (J.D., magna cum laude, 2021)

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (M.P.H., 2021)

University of Arkansas (B.S., Chemistry 2017)

Legal Assistant

Allison Intervallo

allison.intervallo@wdtc.law

501-850-7162

Bradey grew up in Cabot, Arkansas, where she attended Cabot High School and graduated in the top of her class. Throughout high school, Bradey participated in band, theatre, and debate. She received multiple top speaker awards for Original Oratory, and she placed in the Arkansas All State Bands for bassoon twice. Bradey was also chosen as one of two delegates from Arkansas to attend the American Legion Auxiliary Girls Nation program in Washington, DC, and she attended Arkansas Governor’s School in 2012.

After completing high school, Bradey attended the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. She graduated in 2017 with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry. During her time in Fayetteville, Bradey served as the President of Kappa Delta Sorority and a Student Ambassador. Bradey then decided to pursue a dual degree at the University of Arkansas William H. Bowen School of Law and the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. She graduated magna cum laude in 2021 with a Juris Doctor and Master of Public Health. Throughout law school, Bradey served as the President of Delta Theta Phi, the President of the Student Bar Association, and as a Dean’s Fellow for the Bowen Student Success Program. She received top paper in Race and the Law and Secured Transactions. Her capstone project, Race and the COVID-19 Eviction and Housing Crisis, was recently published in Arkansas Law Notes.

Bradey joined the firm in 2021. She enjoys spending time with her husband, Matt, who is an Internal Medicine resident at UAMS. They live in Little Rock with their two cats. Bradey and Matt enjoy golfing, reading books, and watching the Razorbacks. At present, Bradey serves as the Chair for the Kappa Delta Advisory Board at UA Little Rock, Eta Sigma Chapter and the Events Chair for the Arkansas Association of Women Lawyers.


Bradey grew up in Cabot, Arkansas, where she attended Cabot High School and graduated in the top of her class. Throughout high school, Bradey participated in band, theatre, and debate. She received multiple top speaker awards for Original Oratory, and she placed in the Arkansas All State Bands for bassoon twice. Bradey was also chosen as one of two delegates from Arkansas to attend the American Legion Auxiliary Girls Nation program in Washington, DC, and she attended Arkansas Governor’s School in 2012.

After completing high school, Bradey attended the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. She graduated in 2017 with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry. During her time in Fayetteville, Bradey served as the President of Kappa Delta Sorority and a Student Ambassador. Bradey then decided to pursue a dual degree at the University of Arkansas William H. Bowen School of Law and the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. She graduated magna cum laude in 2021 with a Juris Doctor and Master of Public Health. Throughout law school, Bradey served as the President of Delta Theta Phi, the President of the Student Bar Association, and as a Dean’s Fellow for the Bowen Student Success Program. She received top paper in Race and the Law and Secured Transactions. Her capstone project, Race and the COVID-19 Eviction and Housing Crisis, was recently published in Arkansas Law Notes.

Bradey joined the firm in 2021. She enjoys spending time with her husband, Matt, who is an Internal Medicine resident at UAMS. They live in Little Rock with their two cats. Bradey and Matt enjoy golfing, reading books, and watching the Razorbacks. At present, Bradey serves as the Chair for the Kappa Delta Advisory Board at UA Little Rock, Eta Sigma Chapter and the Events Chair for the Arkansas Association of Women Lawyers.

Arkansas, 2021

United States District Court, Arkansas, Eastern & Western Districts

U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit

University of Arkansas at Little Rock (J.D., magna cum laude, 2021)

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (M.P.H., 2021)

University of Arkansas (B.S., Chemistry 2017)

Arkansas and Pulaski County Bar Associations
Arkansas Association of Women Lawyers
Arkansas Association of Defense Counsel

Top Paper Award:

• Race and the Law
• Secured Transactions

Race and the COVID-19 Eviction and Housing Crisis. Arkansas Law Notes. Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/arlnlaw/10