Brittany A. Lewis



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  • Nevada
  • Colorado


  • Loyola University of Chicago Law, J.D., 2017
  • University of Alaska Fairbanks B.A. Justice and A.A.S. in Paralegal Studies, 2013


Brittany A. Lewis is an associate with the firm, concentrating her practice on medical negligence defense, insurance defense, and healthcare law. Brittany received her law degree from Loyola University of Chicago in 2017 with a certificate in Trial Advocacy. During law school, Ms. Lewis had two judicial internships, one with the Honorable Nancy Katz and the other with the Honorable Robert E. Senschalle, Jr in Cook County. Additionally, she was the Editor in Chief of the Children’s Legal Rights Journal and a member of the First Place Mediation Team at the International Alternative Dispute Resolution Competition. She also provided pro bono mediation services through the Center for Conflict Resolution. Since graduating from law school, Brittany received her Executive Masters in Healthcare Administration from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

As wife to an Army veteran, Brittany enjoys volunteering for veterans and has assisted at pro bono veteran legal events. She enjoys spending time with her husband, two young children, and two dogs. She enjoys reading, cooking, and watching sports, particularly the Chicago Cubs.


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