Brittany is a second-year law student at Duke University School of Law. Prior to attending law school, she received a bachelor’s degree in Community Development and Civic Engagement from the University of Alabama. As an Alabama native, she presents a unique perspective on the challenges Southern workers face regarding discrimination and poor working conditions. Her interest in poverty alleviation and legal equality led her to pursue a career in social justice. Throughout the years, Brittany has been recognized for her achievement as a Thomas A. Pickering Fellowship alternate and Earl Warren Scholarship recipient.
Brittany is excited to join the JMA team to continue her fight for justice and social equity.