Ms. Brittany Jennings joined Johnson and Masumi in April of 2019. Prior to joining Johnson and Masumi, she practiced immigration law throughout the D.C. Metro Area.
Ms. Jennings graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2011 with a Bachelors of Science in Criminal Justice and Psychology. While obtaining her law degree from Charlotte School of Law in North Carolina, Ms. Jennings dedicated her time to helping under-served populations by interning with Legal Services of Southern Piedmont preventing low-income families’ homes from being foreclosed. As an intern, she also assisted with other consumer law related issues such as debt collection and predatory lending practices affecting low-income individuals.
Ms. Jennings has successfully litigated immigration hearings before the Executive Board of Immigration Review and represented clients through immigration processes with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. She has represented clients in various immigration matters including Asylum, Special Immigrant Juvenile Visa, Applications for Adjustment of Status, U-Visa, Removal Defense, Waivers and Family-Based Immigration.
One cause that has always been dear to Ms. Jennings is helping victims of Human Trafficking. Her involvement in the student organization, Charlotte Law Advocates against the Trafficking of Humans allowed her to work within a safe house for trafficked women in the Charlotte NC community.
Ms. Jennings is permitted to practice immigration law nationwide and is licensed in the District of Columbia.
Ms. Jennings is fluent in English and conversational in Spanish.