Brianna Hathaway represents clients in a variety of complex commercial litigation and class action matters in federal courts. Her experience includes taking depositions, briefing and motions practice, discovery, and witness interviews.
Brianna maintains an active pro bono practice. She has successfully represented a civil rights plaintiff pursuing claims under § 1983 and helped guide asylum seekers in the early stages of their cases through Jones Day's Laredo Project. Brianna also represents victims of human trafficking in Cambodia in connection with restitution claims under the PROTECT Act and is active in the Firm's Constitutional Policing & Civil Justice Reform Initiative and the Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force.
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- New York University (J.D. 2019; Staff Editor, N.Y.U. Review of Law and Social Change; Recipient, Flora S. and Jacob L. Newman Prize [law journal award]); University of Miami (B.A. in Economics and Political Science 2016; Iron Arrow Honor Society)
- Florida and U.S. District Courts for the Southern and Middle Districts of Florida
- Intern, Brooklyn Defender Services (2017-2018)