Brittany Adikes represents companies and individuals involved in catastrophic injury, medical malpractice, product liability, and other disputes. With strong research and writing skills, and a commitment to finding the answers, her role includes handling and assisting in the day-to-day tasks from commencement through resolution. Brittany is responsible for discovery, attending hearings, drafting pleadings and motions, depositions, and assisting in mediations and settlements. She connects with clients to help them understand what is happening in their case and stays on top of things to keep it moving forward.
Before joining Bullivant, Brittany worked as an associate for an insurance defense firm in New York for three years where she learned how to litigate a case from start to finish early in her career, handling depositions, writing motions, and arguing before judges. Brittany also previously served as a legal intern for the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, which not only gave her an appreciation for federal regulations and guidelines but the importance of diligent research and strategy development to resolve cases.
- Oregon, 2020
- New York, 2018
- St. John’s University School of Law – J.D., 2017
- St. John’s University – B.S. in Legal Studies, cum laude, 2015
- New York State Bar Association (Member, Environmental and Energy Law Section, 2017-Present)
- Oregon State Bar (Member, Environmental & Natural Resources Law Section, Cannabis Law Section, Business Law Section, and Sustainable Future Section, 2020-Present)
NORTHWEST & NATURE ENTHUSIAST
With a love of nature, hiking and camping, Brittany always thought about moving from New York to the Pacific Northwest. She made her big move without previously visiting the area but was drawn here because of the greenery, bigger focus on the environment, and her appreciation of the geographic location.
Brittany drove across the country despite the pandemic and raging wildfires in the Northwest to make this her home. Her favorite camping spots so far have been at Crater Lake, Diamond Lake and Bend. The Columbia Gorge is her go-to place for hikes. She even joined a hiking group online and her goal is to get to all the national parks in the Northwest.