Brad Rockwell is an attorney who divides his time between Austin, Texas and San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Before law school, his advocacy with the Paddlewheel Alliance contributed to the permanent construction shut down of Indiana’s Marble Hill nuclear reactor. Brad also taught public-school in Michigan, worked in many Midwest factories, canvassed door-to-door in Chicago, and worked at Wheatsville Co-op in Austin, Texas. As a volunteer with Austin ACORN he helped design a lifeline electric rate structure for the City of Austin’s electric utility.
After law school, he worked for the Texas Supreme Court and later served as Deputy Director of Save Our Springs Alliance. He helped draft and secure enactment of Austin’s Heritage Tree Ordinance. As an attorney for a broad grassroots coalition in India, he helped block the entry of Wal-Mart and other big box stores into the country. Brad’s avocations have included radio DJ, photographer, and furniture designer. Brad is married and the father of two children and grandfather of one granddaughter. Since 1972 he has practiced Transcendental Meditation.