Brittany is a complex litigation law and motion attorney at Simmons Hanly Conroy, focusing primarily on consumer product class actions in which she seeks to hold large corporations accountable for disseminating defective, dangerous, or otherwise harmful consumer products to the American public. As a trained mediator, Brittany seeks to help parties achieve workable solutions through ADR. Brittany’s practice also includes a significant amount of pro bono and community service – most recently occurring in South Africa, Morocco, Serbia, Portugal, and Argentina. Yet, she loyally serves her home, undergraduate (Eastern Nazarene College), and law school (University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Law) alma mater communities.
Previously, Brittany practiced at Shook, Hardy and Bacon as an intellectual property litigator. She also clerked for Magistrate Judge David J. Waxse in the U.S.D.C. for the District of Kansas and Commissioner Geoffrey Allen of the 16th Circuit Court of Jackson County Missouri.