As Solicitor General, Britt Grant oversees appellate litigation and collaborates on all phases of significant litigation with other attorneys in the Office of the Attorney General. Prior to this, she served as the Attorney General’s Counsel for Legal Policy and managed major policy issues, including the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project and legislative matters.
Before joining the Office of the Attorney General, Britt practiced at Kirkland & Ellis LLP in Washington, D.C., where she represented clients in commercial litigation before state courts, federal district courts, federal circuit courts and the United States Supreme Court in matters including products liability, antitrust, class-action defense, contracts, defamation, and multi-district litigation. Britt also served as a law clerk to the Honorable Brett M. Kavanaugh of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. Before law school, Britt served in the Administration of President George W. Bush in a variety of domestic policy roles. Prior to her time at the White House, Britt worked in the Washington, D.C. office of then-Congressman Nathan Deal.
An Atlanta native, Britt received her B.A. in Politics and English summa cum laude from Wake Forest University in 2000. She received her J.D. from Stanford Law School, where she was president of the Stanford Federalist Society, co-Founder and co-President of the Stanford National Security and the Law Society, and managing editor of the Stanford Journal of International Law.