Britney is an experienced attorney who thrives on the personal touch of family law and the opportunity to guide clients through one of the most difficult times of life. Combining the advocate and counselor sides of being an attorney, she builds trust with clients and makes them feel comfortable. Most important, she strives to resolve marital issues while preserving respectful relationships.

Britney listens attentively to her clients and discovers the little details that can make a difference in their cases. She excels at developing creative solutions for custody and co-parenting issues. Britney begins with an amicable approach when it can produce favorable results for her clients, but will aggressively litigate matters if necessary. In the end, she understands that divorce is deeply personal because it involves family. Britney’s overall goal is to achieve the most satisfactory outcome that enables clients to find closure and make a fresh start.

In addition to family law, Britney has also practiced employment law and commercial litigation. Her diverse background has honed her ability to think on her feet in the courtroom, understand the different approaches of judges, and prepare clients for what to expect as their cases advance.

An Austin native, Britney was first in her undergraduate class at the University of North Texas. She received her law degree, with honors, from the University of Texas School of Law in 2010. Britney spent a semester abroad in Lyon, France, and loves traveling and spending time with her family. Of all her achievements, Britney is most proud of obtaining a job out of law school that gave her the income to put her dad through college.

Britney practices in both the Dallas area and Austin area.

Areas of Practice

Published Works

  • “E-Discovery: Spinning ESI Straw into Discovery Gold”, co-author and co-presenter, Advanced Family Law, State Bar of Texas, 2018
  • “How to Take and Use Depositions in a Family Law Case”, co-author with Hon. John R. Roach, Jr. and Jeff Vincent Domen, Advanced Family Law, State Bar of Texas, 2017
  • “Motions to Disqualify or Exclude Expert Witnesses”, co-author with Ryan S. Squires, Ultimate Motions Practice Course: How to Make This Vital Area of Your Practice More Effective, 2013


  • University of Texas School of Law, 2010
    • J.D., Law, with honors
    • The Review of Litigation—Associate Editor
    • National Black Law Journal—Staff Editor
    • Robert S. Strauss Presidential Scholarship Recipient
    • Hutcheson Moot Court Competition
    • Student Recruitment and Orientation Committee
    • Thurgood Marshall Legal Society—Firm Mentor Program Coordinator
    • Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity
  • Universite Jean Moulin, 2009
    • Diploma, International and European Law
  • University of North Texas, 2006
    • B.S., Criminal Justice
    • Summa Cum Laude
    • Class Rank: 1 of 1815
    • President’s List
    • UNT Academic Scholarship
    • Multicultural Scholastic Award
    • Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society
    • Alpha Phi Sigma Criminal Justice Honor Society
    • Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.—President and Scholarship Chair
    • Eagle Angels Athletic Recruitment Club—Treasurer

Honors & Awards

  • President’s Award of Merit, Texas Young Lawyers Association, 2018
  • Best Lawyers Under 40, D Magazine, 2018
  • Selected to the Texas Rising Star list, Thomson Reuters, 2018 – 2019
  • Keith L. Krueger Award, Texas Young Lawyers Association, 2017

Bar Admissions

  • Texas, 2010

Professional Associations

  • Annette Stewart American Inn of Court
    • Member
  • Austin Bar Association, Family Law Section
    • Member, 2013-2015
  • Austin Bar Association Leadership Academy
    • Class of 2013- August 2016
  • Austin Black Lawyers Association Foundation
    • Member
    • Board of Directors, 2014-2015
  • Austin Black Lawyers Association
    • Member
    • Vice-President, 2012-2014
  • Austin Young Lawyers Association
    • Member
    • Board of Directors, 2012-2014
  • Dallas Bar Association, Family Law Section
    • Member
  • Dallas Young Lawyers Association
    • Member, 2016-present
  • J.L. Turner Legal Association
    • Member, 2016-present
  • State Bar of Texas, Family Law, African American Lawyers, and Collaborative Law Section
    • Member
    • Women in the Profession Committee, 2016-present
  • State Bar of Texas Leadership
    • Class of 2015-2016
  • Texas Bar Foundation
    • Fellow, 2016 – present
  • Texas Young Lawyers Association
    • Member
    • Board of Directors
    • Minority at-Large Director, 2016- 2017
    • Vice President, 2018 – 2019
    • SHERO Podcast: A podcast celebrating women in the legal profession focusing on Sheroes and the issues and challenges that face women in the law
    • President-elect, 2019 – 2020
  • The Lloyd Lochridge American Inn of Court
    • Member, 2012-2015
  • Travis County Women Lawyers’ Association
    • Member, 2010-2015
  • Caritas Food Kitchen
    • Volunteer, 2010-2013
  • Literacy Achieves
    • Volunteer ESL Teacher, 2018 – present
  • Promise House Pals – Young Professionals
    • Founding member, 2016-present
  • Seedling Foundation’s Promise Mentor Program for Children of Incarcerated Parents
    • Mentor, 2012-2015
  • Street Law Pilot Program with Austin Police Department
    • Member, 2014-2015

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