Brittany Madderra

Associate
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Brittany Madderra joined the Terrell Marshall Law Group as an Associate in 2016.  She practices complex civil litigation, consumer protection, and employment law.  Brittany has extensive experience with litigation practice and the Washington legal system.  Prior to joining TMLG, Brittany served as a law clerk to the Honorable Catherine Shaffer at King County Superior Court, was a judicial extern for the Honorable Susan Owens of the Washington Supreme Court, and worked for Washington State Representative Gerald Pollet at his non-profit that litigates matters relating to the Hanford Nuclear Site safety and cleanup, Heart of America Northwest.

Brittany graduated from the University of Washington School of Law in 2014.  While in law school, she served as Executive Managing Editor of the Pacific Rim Law & Policy Journal (now the Washington International Law Journal), and published Repeating the Failures of Carbon Trading, 23 PAC. RIM L. & POL’Y J. 755 (2014).  Brittany also graduated with a B.A. in Political Science and a B.A. in Studio Art, with high honors, from the University of Montana in 2011.  Brittany is admitted to practice in Washington.

When she has free time, Brittany spends it skiing, kayaking, and hiking around the Northwest.  She is also a member of various professional organizations such as the Washington Employment Lawyers Association, which advocates for employee rights.  Brittany lives in South Lake Union, Seattle, with her husband.

Bar Admissions

  • Washington

Education

  • University of Washington School of Law – J.D. (2014)
    • Executive Managing Editor – Pacific Rim Law & Policy Journal (now the Washington International Law Journal)
    • Board Member – Law Students for Reproductive Justice
    • Immigrant Families Advocacy Project
  • University of Montana – B.A. in Political Science and a B.A. in Studio Art, high honors, (2011)

Professional Organizations and Activities

  • Washington Employment Lawyers Association

Publications

Repeating the Failures of Carbon Trading, 23 PAC. RIM L. & POL’Y J. 755 (2014)