Brittany Levine Co-chairs Southeastern Women Litigators Conference

The North Carolina Association of Defense Attorneys teamed up with other defense associations from Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina and Tennessee for the 2nd year in a row to support, educate and advance women civil defense litigators at the Southeastern Women Litigators Conference held on March 22-23, 2023 in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. Young Moore’s Brittany Levine served as North Carolina’s co-chair of the event themed High Tides & Litigation Vibes. The agenda covered a broad range of topics including: enhancing business development skills; coping with imposter syndrome and burnout; refining trial and presentation skills; mentoring; becoming a successful young lawyer; focusing on diversity and inclusion; and more.

An attorney at Young Moore, Brittany focuses her practice on complex civil litigation and health care compliance. She represents clients in the areas of business litigation, transportation defense, and eminent domain and also advises and defends providers and professionals of long term care facilities. In addition, Brittany serves as a member of Young Moore’s Diversity & Inclusion Committee. She is a magna cum laude graduate of Campbell Law School and holds a BA in political science from American University. Read more

The North Carolina Association of Defense Attorneys is the resource for educational opportunities, networking, and information sharing for civil defense trial attorneys in the state. The NCADA is the sole organization in North Carolina exclusively devoted to meeting these needs.

Related links:

Need Counsel
Outside of North Carolina?

Young Moore is a member of ALFA International, a law firm network with more
than 150 member firms across the country and around the world, allowing us to
address our clients’ needs wherever they may occur.

Learn More

Electronic mail or other oral or written communication to Young Moore and Henderson P.A. in connection with a matter for which we do not already represent you may not be treated as privileged or confidential. Communications are not privileged until the client and lawyer have agreed on legal representation. Please do not send confidential information to us via e-mail or in any other manner without first communicating directly with us about the attorney-client relationship. The transmission of an e-mail request for information does not create an attorney-client relationship. Your initial email should only contain a list of the parties interested in the matter so that we can make sure we have no conflicts before you convey any information about your case.

Accept Decline