Brittany Arsiniega of counsel

Brittany focuses her practice on transactional matters, with an emphasis on corporate law. She grew up in a military family and enjoyed living throughout the United States, Germany, and Saudi Arabia. Brittany attended the University of Colorado, Boulder where she graduated with distinction, received the Chancellor’s Award for earning a 4.0 GPA, and was first in her class for both International Affairs and Spanish for the Business Professions degrees. After working in North and South America for three years, she attended the University of California, Berkeley for a dual JD/PhD program in Jurisprudence and Social Policy. Brittany graduated as a member of the Order of the Coif, then returned to Greenville to be closer to family.

Brittany currently teaches in the Politics and International Affairs department at Furman University and helps advise their pre-law society. She is fluent in Spanish and is an active member of the Greenville Hispanic Alliance’s legal team.

 

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2017, J.D. University of California, Berkeley, Order of the Coif. Graduate Student Instructor, Legal Studies and Political Sciences courses. Prosser Award (second-best grade), Criminal Law and International Human Rights Law
2010, B.A. University Of Colorado, Boulder, International Affairs and Spanish for the Business Professions, with distinction. Chancellor’s Award for 4.0 GPA. Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Delta Pi honors societies.
2017– 2018   Doctoral teaching fellowship attorney in Politics and International Affairs, Furman University
2017–2018 Research manager, Family and Politics study, University of California, Berkeley and Furman University
2018–2019 Visiting instructor, Furman University
  • California Bar, 2017
  • South Carolina, 2018

 

  • Hispanic Alliance, Legal Team
  • Furman University, Pre-Law Society Advisor
  • Velo Valets Gives Back
  • Zimring, F. E., & Arsiniega, B. (2015). Trends in killing of and by police: a preliminary analysis. Ohio St. J. Crim. L.13, 247.
2016-2017

Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor, University of California, Berkeley

2017

UC Berkeley Order of the Coif