Brittany Dowd is an Associate at Elias Books. Brittany's areas of practice include litigation and appellate law primarily related to state and local ad valorem taxation and energy and oil and gas issues.
Prior to joining Elias Books, Brittany co-founded a legal startup that provided quality legal research and writing services to law firms and employed military spouse attorneys.
Brittany grew up in the Dallas area and graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Law with her Juris Doctor 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 for two judges at Division III of the Washington State Court of Appeals. Brittany returned home to Oklahoma in 2017.
2014 - Juris Doctor, University of Oklahoma College of Law
2010 – Bachelor of Arts in Journalism, University of Oklahoma
• Summa Cum Laude
2014 - Washington
2018 - Oklahoma
2022 - U.S. District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma
American Property Tax Counsel Bylaws Committee Member
Mineral Lawyers Society of Oklahoma City
Military Spouse J.D. Network
Oklahoma Bar Association Appellate Practice Section
Oklahoma County Bar Association
WSBA Editorial Advisory Committee Member
405 Magazine Top Attorney in Tax Law (2023)