Bria’s experience in an array of practice areas provides her with a unique lens through which she is able to see the complexities and nuances that any given issue may present. Oftentimes, the issues clients face involve more than one substantive area of law. Bria’s varied skill sets enable her to solve problems and address client needs in a comprehensive manner.

She currently focuses her practice on general liability matters. 

During law school, she completed internships where she earned experience in a wide range of litigation and corporate matters, involving sports and entertainment law, the Fair Labor Standards Act, litigation finance, estate administration and private wealth management, the Department of Homeland Security’s Safety Act and immigration.

Bria has worked in the private law sector, the corporate legal department of 3M, and for both the Minnesota Vikings and the Chicago Blackhawks. She also was a research assistant for faculty projects involving transnational litigation finance, international arbitration and curriculum design. Bria also volunteered for the Midwest Innocence Project, specifically in its wrongful conviction division. Her background is in journalism and mass communication, with an emphasis on sports media. 

  • “Put Me in, Coach!”: Recognizing NBA Players’ Need for Legal Protection as Stakeholders in the League and Increased Participation in Governance, 43(4) The Journal of Corporation Law, Summer 2018 939 (2018).