Brittany Clark believes firmly in the power of community and dedicating oneself to the service of others. It’s why she takes her clients' cases personally, why she treats every client like family, and why she spends countless hours ensuring every case is as strong as possible. She knows her clients are enduring the worst suffering of their lives, which drives her to fight hard on their behalf. No matter what.
While growing up outside of Fort Worth, Texas, Brittany regularly volunteered to spend time with the elderly while organizing fundraisers to meet her community's needs. While attending Baylor University to earn a business degree (2006), Brittany continued to commit herself to helping those around her. She volunteered with Habitat for Humanity, the Waco Family Abuse Center, and Best Buddies.
Following her graduation from Baylor, Brittany attended the Thurgood Marshall School of Law, where she graduated cum laude in 2009. Brittany’s experience representing plaintiffs began immediately after law school when her practice focused on personal injury and wrongful death matters resulting from catastrophic car wrecks, 18-wheeler accidents, train wrecks, and premise liability issues.
In 2011, she began to educate herself on defective pharmaceutical drugs and medical devices. She ended up developing this area of practice into her passion. When people are harmed by defective products made by large corporations, they need an attorney who knows how to win. She’d found a new way to serve.
Brittany has since represented and continues to represent tens of thousands of plaintiffs against multi-billion dollar pharmaceutical corporations. She works closely with her clients and their families throughout the litigation process to fully understand each client’s needs, as well as fulfill the legal needs of each client’s case. At Arnold & Itkin, she fights for the victims of pharmaceutical negligence in Texas and nationwide.
Thurgood Marshall School of Law
Texas State Bar