Associate Attorney joins growing practice
Carr Law Firm has announced that Brittany Dean has become an associate attorney. Dean’s work will focus on personal injury and general civil practice.
A native of Petal, MS, Dean graduated magna cum laude from Ole Miss in 2015. While attending Mississippi College School of Law, She was the teaching assistant for Dean Mary Miller and Professor Donald Campbell helping them with their Property and Legal Writing classes as well as assisting them with the Encyclopedia of Mississippi Law. During Dean’s second year of law school, she externed with the Federal Magistrate Judge Michael T. Parker in Hattiesburg, MS. In 2018, Dean graduated law school magna cum laude and was sworn into practice law in September 2018.
After law school Dean clerked for Senior Circuit Judge Al Smith of the Eleventh Circuit Court District where she was involved in all civil and criminal matters heard by the Judge.
After completing her clerkship, Dean became Intervention Court Coordinator for the Eleventh Circuit Court District. As Coordinator, she organized Intervention Court hearings as well as staff meetings. Dean also communicated with the Administrative Office of Court on a regular basis on the updates to Intervention Court policies.
After leaving the Coordinator position and taking some time off, Dean joined Young Williams as a Staff Attorney. While at YoungWilliams, Brittany represented Mississippi Department of Human Services in child support matters.
The clerkship with Judge Smith brought Dean here, but she chose to stay because she met her husband Will Dean. Will and Brittany married in April of 2019. They have two children, Leo and Lillie and a dog, Kyon. They enjoy traveling as a family, mainly to the beach. Brittany enjoys reading, singing in the choir, yoga, and going to Bear Pen Park as a family to walk around the pond and watch her husband play soccer.