(editor) is a New York-based attorney at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, LLP in the Intellectual Property Group where she advises corporate clients and arts-related and social-justice pro bono organizations including the Times Square Alliance, PEN American Center, Black TV and Film Project and The Bronx Defenders. For the past eight years, she has directed Festival Neue Literatur and is the current Managing Editor for STILL Magazine.
After growing up between West Berlin and Heidelberg, Germany and Louisville, Kentucky, Brittany received her Bachelor of Arts in German Literature and Cultural History at Columbia University, where she also received her Juris Doctor degree. She returned to Berlin as a DAAD fellow at the Center for Metropolitan Studies at the Technische Universität Berlin. Brittany previously worked at the Frankfurt Book Fair New York, Telos Press, Vice Magazine (Berlin), Deep Focus, The Center for Intersectionality at Columbia Law School and the African American Policy Forum founded by legal scholar Professor Kimberlé Crenshaw. She currently lives in Brooklyn with her golden-doodle and tuxedo cat.