Briana is an associate attorney in the litigation department of Sheridan Ross. Her practice focuses on supporting clients through all aspects of litigation in patent, trademark infringement, trade secret disputes, and general commercial litigation. Briana’s work includes handling pre-trial and discovery matters, trial preparation, and post-litigation filings. Her practice includes supporting clients across a range of industries and companies of all sizes.
While attending law school, Briana worked as a legal extern for the technology transfer and research products center of the University of Wyoming Law School, reviewing and editing invention disclosure statements and working on initial filing matters. She also worked as a research assistant for the school, where she drafted and developed research memos related to international human rights law, bioethics, and health law. Briana also worked as a law clerk with two private practice firms, assisting attorneys with pleadings for a variety of intellectual property and commercial litigation disputes.
Briana earned her bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering with a concentration in biological engineering from the University of Wyoming. She received her law degree from the University of the University of Wyoming College of Law, where she was on the President’s Honor Roll, a Brimmer Scholar Finalist, and the 2021 Salt Creek Scholar.
University of Wyoming College of Law (JD, 2022)
University of Wyoming (BS in Chemical Engineering, 2018)
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Commercial Litigation
- Intellectual Property Litigation
- Green Technology
- Life Sciences
U.S. Court of Appeals Tenth Circuit
U.S. District Court of Colorado
Articles Editor, Wyoming Law Review
Author, “Prioritizing Preparation: Ensuring Access to Health Care Through Hospitals’ Stockpiling of Personal Protective Equipment in Wyoming Law Review,” 2021