Bri is an Associate in Manning Fulton’s Litigation section. She assists individuals and businesses in a variety of litigation matters, including complex business disputes, real estate litigation, and insurance litigation.
Bri received her Juris Doctorate from the University of North Carolina School of Law. During her time at UNC Law, Bri served as an Editorial Board member and a staff member for the North Carolina Banking Institute journal. Bri received recognition for her publication in Volume 23 of the NCBI journal as an American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers’ 2020 Writing Competition award winner. Additionally, Bri served on the executive board of Women in Law during law school, coordinating various events and pro bono opportunities in partnership with local community organizations.
Prior to law school, Bri worked with a local nonprofit as the program coordinator for its volunteer program, training volunteer “advocates” and directly assisting low-income individuals through one-on-one financial coaching.
When not working, Bri can be found running with her husband and dog on local trails, hiking in the North Carolina mountains, and experimenting with new recipes.