When people are facing the worst odds of their life, and they’re up against an opponent who can outlast and outspend them, they call Attorney Brittany Clark. Brittany has represented tens of thousands of clients—regular, hardworking people-against the world’s toughest and largest corporations. In her decade of practice, she’s made a name for herself as a fierce litigator for her clients, equal parts advcoate and friend to everyone she represents.
Ms. Clark’s practice is rooted in her lifelong belief in the power of community and service. She grew up outside Fort Worth, where she regularly volunteered for the elderly and organized fundraisers to meet community needs. She eventually earned a business degree at Baylor University.
After graduating, Ms. Craft moved on to the Thurgood Marshall School of Law. She graduated cum laude and immediately went to work representing plaintiffs in personal injury and wrongful death claims. Her practice allowed her to become familiar with the impact of catastrophic car crashes and 18-wheeler accidents. She also became familiar with company practices designed to deny justice to her clients, who were often in desperate need of financial support from their injuries.
Ms. Clark is known among her colleagues for working closely with her clients at every stage of the process. For her, working closely with plaintiffs allows her to understand each person’s needs on a personal level, which equips her to fulfill their legal needs more completely. As a part of Arnold & Itkin, she’s found a law firm that is equally committed to the well-being of regular people as she is.
- Baylor University
- Thurgood Marshall School of Law
- Texas State Bar
While attending Baylor, Brittany spent her time volunteering with organizations like Habitat for Humanity, the Waco Family Abuse Center, and Best Buddies.