St. Louis Business Litigation Associate Brittney Mollman has been accepted into the Spring 2023 cohort of the FOCUS St. Louis Emerging Leaders program.
The program is designed for early-career professionals and offers the opportunity to strengthen personal, professional and civic leadership skills. It will also provide a deeper understanding of the inner workings of the St. Louis region and a chance to build connections with a diverse network of peers.
Brittney will gain an increased sense of engagement in the St. Louis region, as well as the tools to take an active role as the next generation of civic and professional leaders. She will have the opportunity to meet civic leaders, explore and examine core values and leadership styles, collaborate with an organization making a difference in the St. Louis community, and join a network that is over 10,000 members strong in making the region a better place to live, work and play.
A number of Thompson Coburn attorneys and administrators have participated in the various FOCUS St. Louis leadership programs.
Brittney recently relocated back to her hometown of St. Louis, Missouri from Austin, Texas, where she practiced law for over 7 years. Brittney's background includes an almost 10-year career spent in both mid-size and boutique litigation practices, which has given her the privilege of representing business clients of varying sizes, maturities and across a number of industries. Brittney has represented clients in disputes concerning business torts, intellectual property matters, employment matters and constitutional challenges.
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