B.S.W., Campbell University, 2014
J.D., Campbell University School of Law, 2017
North Carolina Bar Association
Tenth Judicial District Bar
Brittany Bridges was born and raised in Lee County, North Carolina. In 2014, Brittany graduated from Campbell University with a Bachelor of Social Work degree. Thereafter, Brittany gained experience as a Guardian Ad Litem in Harnett County and worked extensively with a sexual assault and domestic violence advocacy organization. During law school at Campbell University, Brittany served as Chairperson for the 2016 Richard A. Lord Moot Court Competition and as a volunteer judge for the Wake County Capital Area Teen Court. She also participated in Campbell Law’s Community Law Clinic, serving under-privileged members of our community, the Campbell Law Restorative Justice Clinic, facilitating meetings with juveniles to address the needs of each party as a result of the incident. Brittany has previously clerked for Lanier Law Group, P.A. where she continued to work until being admitted to practice law in North Carolina and being hired at The Law Corner as an associate attorney.
As a newly admitted attorney, Brittany aims to be a strong, empathetic advocate for her clients and zealously represent each client with the utmost care and respect they deserve.