Brittany began working with Elias Books as a contract attorney in 2018 and joined the firm full-time as an associate in January 2022. Brittany’s practice focuses on litigation and appellate work primarily related to ad valorem taxation and oil and gas issues. Brittany is licensed to practice law in Oklahoma and Washington.
Brittany grew up in the Dallas area and graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Law with her juris doctorate in 2014 after earning her undergraduate degree from OU in 2010 where she was a National Merit Scholar. While in law school, Brittany served as editor-in-chief of the American Indian Law Review and received American Jurisprudence awards for academic excellence in Legal Research & Writing. Shortly after graduating, she moved to Washington State with her husband, who was an active- duty service member. While in Washington, she served as a judicial law clerk at Division III of the Washington State Court of Appeals. Brittany returned to Oklahoma in 2017.
2014 – Juris Doctorate, University of Oklahoma College of Law
2010 – Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations, summa cum laude, University of Oklahoma
Oklahoma Bar Association
Oklahoma City Mineral Lawyers Society
Editorial Advisory Committee, Washington State Bar Association
Military Spouse J.D. Network
2018 – Oklahoma
2014 – Washington
PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS
‘Not Just the Service Member Who Serves’: Washington’s Legal Community Welcomes Military-Spouse
Attorneys with Licensing Accommodation, 74 Washington State Bar News, no. 9, 2020, at 36-39.
Military Spouse J.D. Network: Making the Right Moves Conference in Washington D.C., 2017
-Presentation on building a remote law practice.