Brittany N. Clark
Brittany N. Clark is an attorney with Nexsen Pruet where she focuses her practice on employment and labor law. Before joining Nexsen Pruet, Brittany practiced at King & Spalding in Washington DC where, in addition to employment law, she worked on complex civil litigation and appellate matters within the federal system. While in DC, Brittany served as a member of her firm’s women in leadership committee for the DC office, a group that promoted the professional and personal development of women in the workplace and aimed to increase opportunities for women in leadership positions within the firm as well as within the community. She was also involved in other women’s initiatives during her time with that firm.
Brittany earned her law degree from the University of South Carolina School of Law where she earned the Dean’s Medallion and served as Associate Editor in Chief of the South Carolina Law Review, and earned her Bachelor of Science from the University of Florida, where she was a member of the University’s Equestrian Team. After law school, Brittany served as a Federal Judicial Clerk to the Honorable Dennis W. Shedd of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit and the Honorable Terry L. Wooten, Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the District of South Carolina, both of whom were and remain brilliant, supportive mentors, encouraging her to pursue her professional dreams.
Brittany is a member of several organizations, including the Young Lawyers’ Division of the South Carolina Bar, the South Carolina Women Lawyers Association, and the Greenville County Bar Association. She is also a member of the South Carolina Bar’s sections on employment and labor law, workers compensation, and trial and appellate advocacy. Brittany was selected for and is participating in the South Carolina Bar’s 2020 Leadership Academy and serves as a South Carolina Bar Mentor. She also remains a member of the DC Bar’s labor and employment law, administrative law and agency practice, and litigation committees.
Brittany was born in Charleston, South Carolina and currently resides in Greenville. Although she was a “Navy Brat,” moving frequently while growing up, South Carolina has always held a special place for her. Brittany is excited and eager to develop relationships throughout the State in an effort to move South Carolina forward through connection, support, engagement, and empowerment of women. Regardless of party or affiliation, it is important that each and every woman recognizes: “You had the power all along, my dear.” (L. Frank Baum).
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