Brittany provides strategic and practical advice to both public and private sector employers confronting challenging labour and employment issues including human rights accommodation, labour arbitration, and occupational health and safety. Her approach is individualized, reflecting each employer's unique needs.
Brittany earned her J.D. from Queen's University Faculty of Law. During law school, Brittany worked as both a Student Caseworker and Mentor at the Queen's Elder Law Clinic, volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada, and acted as President of the Disability and Mental Health Law Club as well as Co-President of Level, a club dedicated to the pursuit of social justice and human rights. Prior to law school, Brittany received her B.A. (Honours), specializing in Psychology and minoring in Sociology, from Western University. Brittany was called to the bar in 2022.