We’re excited to welcome Brittin Boenning to our litigation support team, which provides expert witness testimony, environmental due diligence, and legal support in a variety of environmental specialties for cases nationwide. Specifically, Brittin works on complex environmental litigation and regulatory cases, including those involving investigation and cleanup liability at federal and state-led Superfund sites. Her responsibilities include conducting technical and historical research for each case and communicating findings in a succinct way to project teams. Brittin has a multidisciplinary educational background in biological sciences and sustainable development, which brings a unique understanding to the complexities of each case. She also has expertise in the ESRI ArcGIS program suite, having created and maintained GIS work products in support of ongoing litigation.
Brittin’s specific areas of expertise include the following:
- Litigation support
- Toxic tort
- Environmental due diligence
- Expert witness and trial support
- Historic research
- Discovery of facts and data synthesis
- Application of data visualization tools, including GIS
- Sustainable development
Previously Brittin served as an intern with First Environment while completing her Bachelor of Arts in Biological Sciences and Sustainable Development from Columbia University. In 2017 she completed an independent research project analyzing biodiversity in Bocas del Toro, Panama. She also speaks conversational Spanish.