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From 2007 to 2012, Brittany worked as Clark County Indiana's Sex Crimes Prosecutor. The experience gave Brittany a wealth of courtroom and trial experience which she now translates into private practice. Brittany fights hard for her clients, both in court and in negotiations. She carefully reviews each client's personal...
She understands that clients want to be heard and understood, which is why she relies on her outstanding communication skills to create powerful and meaningful relationships with each individual that walks through the door. Part of being a good communicator, according to Brittany, is the ability to explain concepts to the firm’s clients using language that they don’t need special knowledge to understand....
Before moving to the Philadelphia area, I practiced family law at a firm in Pittsburgh and previously served as a law clerk to The Honorable William F. Ward in the...
Following graduation, Britt attended Samford University’s Cumberland School of...
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