Brittany Boren focuses her practice on business litigation, providing legal services to a range of clients, from individuals and small business owners to large corporations in a wide range of business disputes. As a former teacher, Brittany understands the importance of translating complex issues and concepts for clients and court proceedings. Brittany seeks to provide maximum benefit to her clients through practical, thoughtful, and efficient advice and representation.
While in law school, Brittany was a certified student attorney in the Elder Law Clinic at the Interprofessional Center for Counseling and Legal Services at the University of St. Thomas. While in the Clinic, she represented elderly clients with issues relating to property ownership and health assistance programs. Brittany also worked as a teaching assistant for the trial advocacy classes at the University of St. Thomas, assisting law students in developing basic trial presentation and oral advocacy skills. Brittany also assisted as an editor on the University of St. Thomas Law Journal. Also during her time in law school Brittany worked as a judicial extern to the Honorable Elizabeth V. Cutter and the Honorable Kristin A Siegesmund, of Hennepin County, Minnesota in the Fourth Judicial District. As an extern she gained valuable experience in legal writing and effective representation.