Brittany F. Wilson was born in Detroit, Michigan and raised in Muskegon, Michigan. She graduated from Mona Shores High School where she was a gymnast for the Mona Shores Gymnastics Team. After graduating from high school, Brittany attended Central Michigan University where she obtained her Bachelor’s of Science degree in English and minored in Family Studies and Legal Studies. Amongst Brittany’s leadership roles at Central Michigan, she was the Legal Clinic Director for the Student Government Association Legal Clinic, Student Government Association Senator, and a member of the Enrollment Committee, Academic Sub-Committee, and the First Year Response Committee.
As a Senator, Brittany represented the College of Education and Human Services. Her biggest accomplishment as a Senator was creating the Landlord & Tenant Clinic, with a fellow student, to assist students in obtaining free legal advice. In addition, Brittany was a member of the Pre-Law Fraternity, Phi Alpha Delta. Brittany served as the Community Outreach Chair from August 2012 – December 2012.
Brittany attended The University of Akron School of Law where she received her Juris Doctorate and Health Law Certificate in May 2018. Brittany was part of many organizations during law school; however, her biggest accomplishments were co-starting the Health Law Society and her role as the Student Coordinator for the Certificate of Qualification for Employment Clinic (CQE). The CQE Clinic assisted individuals with a criminal background in obtaining employment and/or public housing. Brittany assisted clients in petitioning the court to lift the collateral sanction that bared the client from being considered for employment and/or public housing.
While completing her law degree, Brittany obtained her Master’s in Business Administration. While working as the CQE Student Coordinator, Brittany worked as a Graduate Assistant and tutor for Government and Business students.
Brittany became an attorney in November 2018.