Brittany Davis is an associate in the New York office of Latham & Watkins assisting on a variety of complex litigation and international arbitration matters. She represents companies and individuals in a variety of complex constitutional, commercial, and environmental disputes.

Prior to joining Latham full-time, Ms. Davis worked as a Douglass Fellow for the Human Trafficking Institute where she worked on key research on human trafficking cases in the United States.

While attending law school, Ms. Davis was the head notes editor for Columbia’s Journal of Transnational Law and the coordinator for the Columbia Human Rights Institute’s 1L Advocates Program. Through Columbia’s Human Rights Clinic, Ms. Davis worked closely with the Clinic’s partner organizations in the Central African Republic (CAR) on a number of projects, including advocacy during the country’s Universal Periodic Review at the United Nations in Geneva, and co-facilitating a legal reform project in CAR. She also led the school’s Global Initiative Against Gender Violence, which included hosting such events as a discussion with former Vice President Joe Biden on the history of the Violence Against Women Act.

Bar Qualification

  • New York

Education

  • JD, Columbia Law School, 2019
    Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, Parker School Recognition of Achievement in International and Comparative Law, Human Rights Institute Commendation for Leadership and Commitment in Human Rights
  • BA in English Literature, McGill University, 2015

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • French