ABOUT Bronwen Wright


Bronwen has been practicing law since 2003.  She grew up in Oregon and returned home after many years away on a variety of adventures around the country.  She has worked in private practice, for nonprofits, and in the government, and she brings a passion for in-depth knowledge of the law to her practice.  In addition to her legal experience, Bronwen has a scientific background, and she has a history of working for causes that are important to her, including the environment, children, and family.  Bronwen is solution-oriented and will seek to protect your legal rights in a cost-effective, strategic manner.  She is especially interested in helping families navigate the probate, guardianship, and conservatorship processes.  All of these situations involve the intersection of complex legal processes and the emotional experience for families trying to protect their loved ones or to move forward after the death of a loved one.

Bronwen volunteers with Legal Aid’s Senior Law Project and has been a volunteer attorney at the St. Andrew Legal Clinic. Outside the office, she enjoys spending time with her husband, children, and pets, and traveling, gardening, wildlife watching, and exploring.


  • J.D., Lewis & Clark Law School, Cum Laude
  • BA, Pomona College, Biology, Cum Laude

Honors and Volunteering

  • Law Review, 9th Circuit Review Editor, Scholars List, Legal Writing Honors
  • Current Volunteer: Legal Aid, Senior Law Project Past Volunteer: St. Andrew Legal Clinic

Bronwen is thorough and detail-oriented, and practices law with compassion and integrity.