M Neal Bridges


  • Doctor of Jurisprudence, 2014
  • Texas A&M University School of Law

Neal graduated in the top of his class, was inducted into the Order of the Barristers, and held a board position on the TAMU Law Review.  Additionally, Neal competed in several advocacy competitions, won a best oral advocate award at the 2013 Mack Kidd Administrative Law Moot Court Competition, and represented clients through the TAMU Law Clinic.


U.S. District Court of the Northern District of Texas

M. Neal Bridges

Neal Bridges primarily counsels and represents client with employment and severance issues.  Neal is very experienced at all aspects of employment law, from reviewing and advising a client on the terms of a severance agreement, negotiating on an employee’s behalf to increase the amount of a severance package, to representing clients in litigation over wrongful termination, workplace discrimination or retaliation, and more.


Prior to joining Jackson Spencer Law, Neal served clients in a variety of practice areas, including: family law, consumer protection, small business formation and support, estate planning, landlord/tenant disputes, contract drafting and review, real estate, and civil litigation.


Board of Trustees Member FUMC Burleson, past Board of Trustees Member Friends of Camp Sanguinity, Volunteer for Pac-Ministries (a local food ministry serving school children in Burleson ISD), and father of four.


I was looking for a lawyer to take my case against my former employer when I found Neal Bridges at Jackson Spencer Law. Neal walked me through everything and was always there to answer any questions I had in a timely manner. He went above and beyond to guide me through my case every step of the way. Neal got me a fair settlement in a timely manner. I would recommend Neal he is a great attorney to work with. – Tawanna Peckins

I was referred to Jackson Spencer Law by a friend and gave them a call with regards to an issue regarding employment and non-compete laws.  I was terminated in September by my employer.  Although I felt the termination was unfounded, my main concern was my non-compete I had signed at the beginning of my employment.  I knew I could find another position within my industry but my non-compete would prevent me for gaining employment for a period of time.  I spoke with attorney Neal Bridges and together we went over the details of my employment, termination, and he reviewed my non-compete thoroughly.

Not only was Mr. Bridges able to get me released from my non compete early, he was also able to get me a severance package due to unlawful termination issues as I am a female and over 50!  I was very pleased to not only be able to get back to work in a timely manner but also be compensated for the time and stress out in me by my unforeseen termination.

Mr. Bridges carefully explained to me the process and kept me updated as to the status of my case and was able to resolve this without a trial and a long drawn out mediation, trial, etc.

I would recommend Jackson Spencer Law law firm and specifically Neal Bridges. – Smith

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