Brittany Partridge is an associate in Andersen, Tate & Carr’s litigation department. Her practice covers a wide range of matters including personal injury cases, business and real estate litigation, domestic disputes, landlord/tenant disputes and criminal law.
A graduate of the University of Georgia School of Law, Brittany was heavily involved in the school’s advocacy program. She was a finalist in the England Competition for Mock Trial and the Beaird Competition for Closing Argument. She was awarded the Weinberg, Wheeler, Hudgins, Gunn and Dial, LLC Award for Outstanding Mock Trial Advocate. While in law school, Brittany clerked for the Georgia Attorney General’s Office in their General Litigation Department and an Atlanta plaintiff’s medical malpractice firm. She also spent a year with the Gwinnett County Solicitor General’s Office where she prosecuted misdemeanor offenses.
Brittany is a Gwinnett County native having graduated from Mountain View High School in Lawrenceville, Georgia. Prior to joining the firm, Brittany spent six years coaching for the Gwinnett County Swim League.
Weinberg, Wheeler, Hudgins, Gunn and Dial, LLC Award for Outstanding Mock Trial Advocate
Joseph Henry Lumpkin Inn of Court Member- 2016-17
Georgia Southern University Honors Program Scholar
University of Georgia School of Law
- Juris Doctor
Georgia Southern University
- B.A. – with high honors
- Supreme Court
- Court of Appeals
- Northern District of Georgia
Community & Professional
- Georgia High School Mock Trial Regional Coordinator
- Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law, Volume 44, 2015-16, Editorial Board Member and Conference Committee Member
- Mock Trial Team Member- South Texas Team, Buffalo Team, and NTC Team
- Finalist in the 2015 England Competition for Mock Trial
- Semi-finalist in the 2015 Beaird Competition for Closing Argument
- Beaird Closing Argument Director- 2016
- Athens Peer Court, Vice President- 2015-16
- Alternative Spring Break Participant-Louisiana Center for Children’s Rights