Brittany Ann Keil
In May 2006, Ms. Keil started as a line attorney in the Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia in the Criminal Section of the Public Safety Division. She prosecuted quality of life, traffic, and impaired driving and unregistered firearm offenses. After a year in that section, she moved to the Juvenile Section, where she prosecuted juveniles in D.C. for all types of misdemeanors and felonies, including violent crimes such as robberies, carjacking and homicides. In May 2012, she became the Assistant Chief of the Criminal Section, where she supervised attorneys and staff, as well as advising on policy and procedural decisions. In September 2015, she left the Office of the Attorney General.
Ms. Keil coached mock trial for Georgetown Law from Fall 2006 until 2011, when she joined the Trial Advocacy Program at WCL. Since her move to WCL she has coached mock trial competition teams every spring and fall. Additionally, she co-taught Criminal Trial Advocacy in the Fall of 2014 and currently co-teaches Advanced Trial Advocacy- Challenges and Obligations of a Prosecutor.
Ms. Keil received her B.A in History and Political Science from the University of Michigan in 2002 and her J.D. from the University of Houston in 2005. Ms. Keil is a member of the Texas and D.C bars.