Brittani’s practice focuses on various areas of domestic relations law. Her primary interest area is in family formation and working with individuals and couples engaging with assisted reproductive technologies and adoption. Brittani received her J.D. from the University of Richmond School of Law, where she was president of the Women’s Law Student Association. During law school, she also served on the Client Counseling and Negotiation Board, the Trial Advocacy Board, and the Journal of Law and Technology. Prior to law school, Brittani graduated from the University of Michigan with Highest Honors and Distinction, where she earned her B.A. in English, Language, and Literature as a James B. Angell Scholar for making the Dean’s List for eight (8) consecutive semesters. As a Leadership Charlottesville graduate, Brittani worked alongside the Sexual Assault Resource Agency, a local nonprofit in the Charlottesville area dedicated to providing services for survivors of sexual assault. Brittani regularly volunteers with the Maxine Platzer Lynn Women’s Center Free Legal Clinic at the University of Virginia, where she was featured through their Attorney Spotlight. Brittani considers herself a strong ally to the LGBTQIA community and welcomes new opportunities that allow her to work with same-sex and different sex couples in her practice. Outside of work, Brittani is an avid Detroit sports fan. She also enjoys painting, reading nonfiction, writing poetry, classic and contemporary art, interior design, and the spoils of Virginia wine country.
American Association for Justice
Charlottesville Albemarle Bar Association
Virginia Trial Lawyers Association
Virginia State Bar
University of Michigan, B.A. 2012
University of Richmond School of Law, J.D. 2015