Brittany Lewis concentrates her practice in the defense of healthcare clients against claims of medical negligence.
During law school, Brittany had two Judicial Internships, one with The Honorable Nancy Katz and the other with The Honorable Robert E. Senschalle, Jr. She also served as a law clerk assisting attorneys in many aspects of the litigation process, from discovery to trial preparation. Brittany also was a certified volunteer mediator for the Center of Conflict Resolution in Chicago.
In addition, Brittany was the Editor in Chief of the Children’s Legal Rights Journal. She also was a member of the Mediation Team that placed first in the International Mediation Competition in March 2016.
While pursuing her undergraduate degree, Brittany was the President of the Pre-Law Society.
Brittany received a Public Service Recognition Award from Loyola University Chicago School of Law as well as a certificate in Trial Advocacy.
Brittany has volunteered for the Wounded Warrior Project and has made meals for military families in need. She has also served as a line of contact for family members of deployed soldiers.
Loyola University Chicago School of Law, J.D. (2017)
University of Alaska Fairbanks, B.A. Justice, A.A.S. Paralegal Studies, Chancellor’s/Dean’s List, Golden Key Society (2013)