Brittany N. Dowd
Brittany Dowd graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Law where she served as editor-in-chief of the internationally-recognized American Indian Law Review. Her academic distinction landed her two top summer associate positions, which kept her very busy. But she still had time to volunteer as a Court-Appointed Special Advocate (CASA), attend home football and basketball games (Go OU Sooners and OKC Thunder!), and keep up with her favorite TV crime dramas. Shortly after graduating, she joined the competitive ranks of judicial law clerks at Division III of the Washington State Court of Appeals. She served for both the Honorable Robert Lawrence-Berrey and the Honorable Rebecca Pennell. As a law clerk, Brittany authored numerous internal memoranda on both civil and criminal appeals that were routinely relied on by the court. In 2016, Brittany began laying the groundwork for Ad Hoc and thereafter made the concept a reality. She is instrumental in every aspect of the business and is the driving force behind all of Ad Hoc’s consummate editing. Currently, she resides in Enid, Oklahoma, where she is active in her community. In addition to fulfilling projects, she continues to develop Ad Hoc into a recognized brand and to encourage legal innovation in the profession.
Brittany excels at detail work, can quickly condense extensive amounts of information, and possesses discerning analytical skills.
Brittany’s response time is usually within an hour.
J.D. University of Oklahoma College of Law
B.A. University of Oklahoma, summa cum laude
Bar Associations and Memberships
Washington State Bar - Active
Oklahoma State Bar - Active
WSBA Solo & Small Practice Section
Garfield County Bar Association