Brittany Mitchell Michael focuses her practice in the area of bankruptcy and creditors' rights, labor and employment, and business litigation
While in law school, Brittany served as an agent at the National Labor Relations Board, where she investigated complaints and advised the Regional Director on rulings. She also served as a law clerk at the Minnesota Disability Law Center, representing clients in administrative appeals, reviewing discovery, and overseeing settlement compliance.
Brittany was a 2014 summer associate at Stinson Leonard Street. She also worked as a research assistant to Professor David Weissbrodt at the University of Minnesota Law School and conducted volunteer research for Minnesota District Court Judge Jay Quam. Before attending law school, Brittany worked in project and information management at Human Rights Watch. As part of her participation in the Human Rights Litigation and Advocacy Clinic, Brittany also traveled to Geneva to present at the United Nations Human Rights Committee.
Brittany also represents pro bono clients through the firm’s Deinard Legal Clinic in social security and disability-related matters.