Brianna focuses on intellectual property litigation, particularly disputes involving life sciences and chemical technologies.
Brianna began her career with Michael Best as a summer associate. She also served as a law clerk at a full-service Chicago firm, where she assisted with both litigation and transactional matters. Earlier, Brianna was a legal intern and patent analyst for Global Patent Solutions, a patent research and consulting firm. She also worked as a research assistant at the Chicago-Kent College of Law, where she examined post-AIA changes in patent law, and as a legal intern in the college’s IP Patent Clinic.
While pursuing her undergraduate degree in Biology, Brianna gained experience at the University of North Texas’ HHMI Research Lab where she conducted experiments on the toxicology of crude oil combined with UV radiation in aquatic organisms.